Grab a slice and a pint at this pizza parlor. Order the Big Fizz if you are craving meat or the Panama Not-So-Red if you want everything but the tomato sauce.
With food like homemade mac and cheese and fried chicken, plus retro booths, this restaurant makes the 1950s feel right around the corner.
This neighborhood bistro combines European culinary traditions and hip style for a cosmopolitan experience.
This pub does a brisk business with two patios, 21 beers on tap, and an affordable menu of burgers, burritos, and veggie specialties like the Reuben (beer-baked tempeh stands in for corned beef).
At this neighborhood haven, each server has sommelier status and the menu changes daily.
This casual tavern serves sandwiches and salads but specializes in gourmet burgers made with all-natural Harris Ranch beef. Try the El Chilango burger.
The Chicago-style bar boasts deep-dish pizzas, like the Kickin' Chicken. They also offer thin-crust pies, calzones, salads, and stacked sandwiches.
This Uptown spot warms up quickly in the evenings when an after-work crowd sips interesting wines and nibbles on small plates like pancetta wrapped dates.
Chef Keegan Gerhard and his team produce exquisite desserts and modern comfort food. Bonus: Check out the grab-and-go coffee and pastries.
In an atmosphere that feels more like a living room than a tavern (think comfy couches, a stone fireplace, and plasma TVs), sit back and relax.