Chicago Travel and Tourist InformationBest Pizza Places in Chicago, Illinois Chicago is a city which boasts some of the best food in the nation. Of all its culinary offerings, though, very few things compete with the wonderful pizza places you'll find in the city. Chicago does, after all, have an entire style of pizza named after it. Chicago-style pizza is synonymous with the words "deep dish" and "delicious." In any case, here are some of the best pizza places in the city of Chicago, Illinois:...read more about Chicago Pizza Restaurants »
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Top breakfast restaurants of Chicago....
Ann Sather's - This popular restaurant is famous for its Swedish pancakes with Lingonberries. Also breakfast wraps, French toasts, waffles, exotic fruit bowls and drinks appeals all. Rightly said, 'You can eat at home or you can eat at Ann Sather's'. Its nominal prices and warm hospitality will surely delight you.
Ina's - Another homemade 'morning food' restaurant where you will find dishes ranging from Ina Pinkney's famous Heavenly Hots (pancakes) smothered in maple syrup to three-egg omelets stuffed with your choice of fillings. Its wood beams and brick walls lend it a homely touch. The Chicago Tribune called Ina's Kitchen the best new breakfast restaurant way back in 1991 and now it's better than its yesteryears. Worth eating!
Lou Mitchell's - Satisfying its patrons since 1923 with its extensive breakfast menu, this restaurant is famous for Sunday brunch and moderately priced homemade baked stuff. Its oatmeal, fried eggs, Greek toast and hash browns are most popular in the breakfast menu. Lou Mitchell's is synonymous with breakfast in the windy city... read more »
Mrs. Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro
Known for its classic, upscale American food, the traditional Chicago firehouse restaurant serves clean, familiar flavors like plump green onion-studded crab cakes, classic French onion soup brimming with Gruyere cheese and a juicy burger that ranks among the best in town. Popular comfort-food plates like slow-cooked pot roast and roasted Firehouse chicken with au gratin potatoes top the menu. Chicago firehouse restaurant also serves seafood, like pan-fried rainbow trout, mahi-mahi and Florida grouper with artichokes, prosciutto and olive tapenade. The pork chop with chili/mango is to die for. In desserts, pecan pie, Nutella-filled crepes and tempting chocolate chip-banana bread pudding are the must tries....read more »
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