Title: Unique Eats and Eateries of Chicago
Author: Matt Kirouac
Size: 6 x 9
Chicago has come a long way since its stereotypical days as a meat-and-potatoes town. Over the past several decades, as the city rose to global metropolis status, so too did its multifaceted food scene. Nowadays, Chicago’s restaurants, bakeries and neighborhood eateries are as highly regarded as its famed skyscrapers. Sure there are hot dogs and deep-dish pizzas aplenty, much of it well worth a bucket list-type visit, but there’s so much more to explore and eat in all corners of the city. Try Macanese food in Logan Square. Pair “culinary beer” with German chocolate cake. Go old-school in a legendary Gold Coast steakhouse. From awe-inspiring tasting menus hidden away down a quiet West Loop street to smoked fish with a side of Blues Brothers lore, Chicago is filled to the brim with unique eats and eateries. Come hungry, and bring a copy of Unique Eats and Eateries of Chicago!