Neopolitan-style pizzas get their authentic flavor from an Italian stone oven at this casual neighborhood restaurant, which also features hearty appetizers like braised short ribs over cheesy polenta.
This Highland spot, housed in adjoining Victorian houses, dishes up imaginative and ethically-sourced global cuisine. Expect creative plates like Pacific uni shooter with quail yolk and tobiko off the ever-changing menu.
This craft barbecue spot melds an array of regional styles for a unique take on the genre. Try the smoked pork ribs, and don't miss the extensive selection of beers and moonshines behind the bar.
This casual joint serves up authentic Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, hot and cold subs, and hot dogs. Order the smoked chicken wings and Italian beef sandwich and wash it down with a house-made Bloody Mary.
Looking for an easy way to keep track of up-and-coming culinary trends? Visit this "collective eatery," which was inspired by European marketplaces and features a rotating roster of chefs and restaurateurs testing out new and exciting restaurant ideas.
Enjoy authentic Italian fare and classic deli items like panini sandwiches and stromboli at this deli. If you’re in the mood for some big flavor, try the sausage and pepper panini with marinara sauce.
New to the Jefferson Park neighborhood, this authentic Italian restaurant serves house-made pastas, soups, and more. Be sure to grab a seat at chef Brian Laird's cicchetti bar for small plates and snacks that changes on a daily basis. Stop into Sarto's Pantry—the adjacent market—for grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, and pizzas.
Drop into this fast-casual pizzeria concept for contemporary neapolitan-style pizza. Build your own pizza or choose from one of Pizzeria Locale's classics, such as the crudo topped with mozzarella, prosciutto, tomato sauce, and arugula.
This Highland community bistro's menu boasts house-made pastas, grilled entrées, and an extensive wine list. Order the traditional French onion soup to start before enjoying the coq au vin.