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10 Best Jefferson Park Restaurants – Poland to M...

Potato Pancake in Chicago

Chicago's northwest side is rich in heritage and loaded with flavor. Many Jefferson Park restaurants embrace the Polish side of the community, but you can find quality cuisine from all nationalities in the area. With a true neighborhood feel, many of these restaurants don't only taste like home– their prices will make you feel like…

10 Grueling Chicago Food Challenges for the Brav...

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These Chicago food challenges are pretty intense. They evoke the feelings of excitement, jealousy, anxiousness, confidence, doubt, competitiveness. There is something uniquely satisfying about being able to finish a dish that was created with the notion in mind that it is so ridiculous that most will fail. The are a lot of food challenges in…

16 Best Nachos in Chicago – Irresistible Crunch ...

Jake Melnicks Nachos in Chicago-1

It seems like, more often than not, when I go out for the night with a group, we end up starting dinner with a heaping plate of nachos. They really are the perfect way to feed a small army if you aren't counting your calories. That is why we set out to find the best…

Chicago Coffee Shops without Wifi – It’s O...

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There was once a time when people went to coffee shops either alone to decompress or to meet up with friends to converse over caffeine– think Central Perk coffee shop from the show friends. Now people tend to visit coffee shops to sit on their computers, tablets or phones– whether to work, study or just…

15 Food Trucks in Chicago to Seek Out

Food Trucks in Chicago

There is just something about dining at the food trucks in Chicago that makes this sidewalk dining experience so enjoyable. Maybe it's a sense of rebellion against sit-down restaurants, maybe it's quality fast-food service, maybe it's taking advantage of the phenomenal weather– or a combination of the three. Either way, Chicago food trucks provide an…

21 St. Patrick’s Day 2016 Celebrations in ...

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St.Patrick's Day in Chicago is kind of a big deal. The city turns into one giant party and the river turns green. With a rich history of Ireland embedded into the city– everyone can feel a little Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Even though the actual holiday isn't until March 17th, the festivities start early.…

Top 15 Chicken and Waffles in Chicago

chicken and waffles in chicago

Good ole' Southern cooking has blessed our palates with many unique and favorite dishes– but one of the very most cherished dishes is the simple Chicken and Waffles combination. There is just something about the soft, yet crunchy experience of a waffle matched up with the crunch of juicy chicken and doused in sweet, sweet…

Chicago Thanksgiving Restaurants for the City, S...

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Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful– although, it'd be a shame if we were only thankful once a year. For some of us, we may be thankful for the new opportunities that opened up over the passed year– others may be thankful for the time that they can spend with family. If you are…

Best Family Friendly Restaurants in Chicago

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Chicago may be known for its very high-end dining experiences– but that isn't necessarily the best situation for everyone. In fact, some ritzy locations don't even allow babies and/or children. Fortunately, for the ones that want to skip the babysitter and treat the entire family to a meal, there are plenty of family friendly restaurants…

Chicago’s Little Italy Restaurants – Itali...

Italian Restaurant in Chicago's Little Italy

Taylor Street is well known as the Chicago Little Italy (also University Village); however, over the years it has expanded from only having Italian influence. Fortunately, in the midst of barbecue and Mexican restaurants, some of the best Italian restaurants in Chicago still remain on Taylor Street. Some of the Best Italian Restaurants in Chicago's Little…

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