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            The Grid

            The Grid

            Chicago's city grid map is full of surprises — follow along as we explore highlights from every neighborhood, from the food to the culture.

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            Born out of frustration, Hexe Coffee Co. aims to please with coffee, edgy desserts

            The seeds — or rather beans — for Hexe Coffee were planted because owner Parker Slade was tired of spending more money than he wanted to on hot beverages.

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            Fry the Coop flies high on the fried chicken sandwich craze

            Villa Park native Joe Fontana will be opening his fourth Fry the Coop in West Town soon. The restaurants feature Fontana’s take on Nashville fried chicken.

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            Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods: A culinary slice of chef’s New Orleans childhood

            Ina Mae, at 1415 N. Wood St. in Wicker Park, is the restaurant Chef Jupiter always dreamed of: cooking the Cajun and Creole food of his childhood.

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            DMen Tap struts German street food cred

            The Avondale bar, at 2849 W. Belmont Ave., is known for its d"oner kebabs and currywurst.

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            Kie-Gol-Lanee aces tamales, Oaxacan cuisine

            The Uptown restaurant made the prestigious Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand list for 上海11选5走势图.

            Tortelli, zucchini, casarecce, and chiusoni pastas served at Tortello.
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            Tortello’s handmade pasta a thrill to eat, watch being made

            Owner Dario Monni, who grew up eating pasta everyday, flew in experts from Italy to train his employees how to incorporate old world traditional techniques using imported flour from Italy.

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            Ji’s Pick: Perilla: Korean American Fare

            I do dread when I’m asked what my favorite Korean restaurant is. But if I had to really choose a great place for Korean, I would recommend Perilla: Korean American Fare.

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            Friistyle perfects Chicago version of European-style pommes frites

            The Bronzeville fast-casual spot — pronounced "free-style," not "fry-style" — is the brainchild of entrepreneur Corey Gilkey, who after traveling to Belgium and the Netherlands realized there were no local restaurants specializing in the hot potato snack.

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            Once on the verge of closing, Dunning’s Market continues legacy as one-stop diner and catering hub

            Maureen Mader was ready to close the six-decade old 上海11选5走势图wood-based business over a year ago, but when she stumbled upon an empty storefront in Flossmoor, she was reinspired. "I love it all over again," she said.

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            Smack Dab stirs lip-smacking biscuits, heart-healthy meals with social justice

            Twice a month, Smack Dab in Rogers Park hosts community dinners, where all are welcome to eat regardless of their ability to pay.

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            Los Takitos Taco Shop combines staple Mexican favorites with Lebanese flavor

            Sanaa Yazbek and Alma Hernandez opened their taco shop in northwest suburban Palatine near the close of 2017. Less than two years later the Taco Shop ranks as #62 on Yelp’s 2019 list for must-try restaurants.

            Cherry and apple pies made at Happy Apple Pie Shop.
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            Happy Apple Pie Shop provides dessert, food for thought

            Staff at the bakery, at 226 Harrison St. in Oak Park, includes those who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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            Southern-style sustenance no secret at Matteson’s Hidden Manna Cafe

            Patrons flock to sample head Chef Victor Jaimes’ from-scratch menu, heavily based on recipes passed down by the co-owner’s New Orleans-raised grandmother.

            Savory Pierogis served at Ewa’s Pierogi in Glenview.
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            Ewa’s Pierogi enchants with Eastern European fare

            Among other staples, Ewa’s Pierogi carries five flavors of its namesake dish — meat [beef and pork mixture], mushroom, potato and cheese, spinach, mozzarella cheese and sauerkraut.

            The fried pork sandwich from Vistro restaurant in Hinsdale served with dill garlic mayo, bread and butter pickles and fries.
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            Chef Paul Virant showcases the Midwest and beyond

            The James Beard Award-nominated chef Paul Virant has an upscale restaurant, Vie, in Western Springs and a more casual spot — Vistro — in Hinsdale. He also plans to open another restaurant in the trendy West Loop soon.

            The&nbsp;Linguini Frutti Di Mare, served at Frankie’s Ristorante, is made with long strand pasta, mussels, clams, calamari, shrimp, and scallops in red sauce.
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            Frankie’s Ristorante continues family’s legacy in Italian dining

            The Tinley Park restaurant features an array of staples that includes Italian classics and modern fare.

            Three of the Market Sides served at Blackberry Market. The honey mustard sweet potato salad (left), California quinoa (right), and broccoli slaw (top).
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            Couple’s second Blackberry Market brings elevated fast-casual dining to La Grange

            The cinnamon roll has gotten so popular that co-owner Bob Davidson said, "We’ve actually been looking into shipping because we get a lot of out-of-state requests." Bob and Anna Davidson’s original Blackberry Market is in Glen Ellyn.

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            Orland Park’s Cacao Cafe serves up Mexican comfort food

            Opened since November, Cacao Cafe is chef and owner Linda Aceves’ dream come true. Family recipes are a source of inspiration exemplified in the 上海11选5走势图made salsas — chilaquiles, tacos, burritos and tortas. The cafe also has coffee, baked goods and a full coffee bar.

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            Glenview’s Forza Meats gaining popularity as a one-stop shop

            The all-in-one butcher shop, market and deli uses domestic meat that is pasture-raised, all-natural and antibiotic- and hormone-free.

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            Coastal flavors surface in Palos Park at the Original Island Shrimp House

            The unassuming seafood joint promises lobster rolls worthy of Maine, peel-and-eat shrimp reminiscent of the South and king crab evoking the Pacific.

            The&nbsp;Poached Duck Egg is served with&nbsp;tuna aioli, spring peas, lemon vinaigrette, and Publican Quality Bread at&nbsp;The Heritage restaurant.
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            The Heritage Restaurant in Forest Park a celebration of farm-to-table fare

            Executive chef Rick Ohlemacher creates a seasonal menu that changes every six to eight weeks.

            The ddukbokki lamb ragu served at Passerotto restaurant is made with&nbsp;Korean rice cakes and a lamb neck ragu gravy.
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            Passerotto serves as a love letter to Korean culture and appreciation for Italian food

            Many of Passerotto’s favorites like the ddukbokki lamb ragu — Korean rice cakes paired with a lamb neck ragu gravy — taste Korean and Italian simultaneously without being exclusively either.

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            Hyde Park’s B’Gabs Goodies is a plant-based haven

            B’Gabs — a nickname bestowed to Chef/Owner Gabrielle Darvassy by friends — not only caters to the dietary needs of vegans and vegetarians but to those who prefer their meals, strictly raw, soy-free, gluten-free, nut-free or alkaline-based.

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            Foodies flocking to Logan Square for Landbirds chicken wings

            Word-of-mouth buzz about Landbirds gained momentum quickly through social media even though the restaurant lacked signage and advertising.

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            Assyrian Kitchen’s classes, meals offer food for thought on ancient civilization

            "My personal aspiration is to put Assyrian cooking on the map because there isn’t a place here in the city I could go or take a friend."

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            Old Irving Park’s Finom Coffee aces Hungarian food

            The coffee and teas are great but don't leave without sampling the Hungarian food at this eclectic spot, at 4200 W. Irving Park Rd.

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            The Grid: Old Irving Park’s best includes tacos, seafood, barbecue and brew

            Old Irving Park has easy access to public transportation, the expressway, Chicago River’s 312 RiverRun, parks and great food.

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            Warm atmosphere, smooth coffee at South Side’s Sip & Savor cafes

            Trez Van Pugh III wants his cafes to feel like an extension of his customers’ 上海11选5走势图s and that the decor encourages them to "stay awhile."

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            Mango Pickle’s ‘globalized’ Indian food salutes the spirit of Mumbai

            Marisa Paolillo credits her experience in Mumbai, where she relished street food and 上海11选5走势图 cooked meals, with her decision to open Mango Pickle.

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            The Grid: In Edgewater, tacos, Thai, vegan and everything in between

            Beachfront Edgewater boasts antique shopping, small theaters, bars and a host of restaurants that will satisfy any foodie.

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            China上海11选5走势图town’s Go 4 Food, a must for Asian-style seafood lovers

            The flavors at Go 4 Food can be best described as Cantonese fusion, reflecting the cuisine owner Wendy Cheung grew up eating.

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            The Grid: Bite into the classics and the fresh takes in China上海11选5走势图town

            There's a trendy and modern meets old-school and traditional feel in the many new businesses — not just Chinese — that are multiplying in the area.