Nothing is better than finding an awesome new restaurant in the city.
We’ve put together a list of the hottest new places to try this Summer so you can be in the know before your friends.
All of these are located here in Chicago throughout our awesome neighborhoods.
So let’s check out whats new!
2018 W. Chicago Ave; BYOB burger and sandwich restaurant that also has milkshakes and a daily Mexican-inspired brunch… basically the perfect combination.
1113 W. Randolph; A huge restaurant and bar area this place also boasts sidewalk seating and a rooftop with phenomenal views of the city. Food is said to be amazing and is Mediterranean-American.
Half Acre Beer Company
2050 W. Bormoral Ave; this brewery will be it’s second location with beers like Half Acre lager, Over Ale and Daisy Cutter brewed right here in Chicago.
5413 N. Clark; tacos, Mexican dishes, bourbon, beer, and tequila. Sounds like the recipe for a perfect summer night in Chicago!
Gaslight Bar & Grill
A neighborhood bar to make your next permanent summer hangout. Craft beers, great food and an amazing atmosphere.
High Five Ramen
112 N. Green St.; if you’re on a ramen kick like the rest of the city of Chicago, this place is not to be missed. The owner and chef recently traveled to Japan to further explore and experiment with ramen and the menu is one that should not be missed!
59 W. Hubbard; a lettuce entertain you restaurant (so you know it will be good!) and another Ramen spot to satisfy your never-ending ramen cravings (if you’re like me).
2206 N. California Ave.; small plates, fresh bread, smoothies, and a middle eastern theme. They even have vegetarian and vegan options and a courtyard with fabulous summer seating and the space for live bands.
Marshfield’s Urban Grill
2417 N. Clybourn; a Lincoln Park gastro pub with all the beer you could want. They also serve up pretzels with beer mustard, mussels, poutine and countless other menu items.
600 W. Chicago Ave.; deli classics but also a few twists on some deli favorites. Also salads, soups, milkshakes, floats and even breakfast (breakfast sandwiches and oatmeal).
A Baker’s Tale
2127 W. Division; this Wicker Park bakery has a fairy tale theme. Baked goods, coffee, quiche, soup and even sandwiches. A unique spot that is worth a visit.
IO Urban Roofscape
127 W. Huron; located on the 4th floor of the Godfrey Hotel. Two bars and a great view of the Chicago skyline through the retractable roof. The menu features great classics and quite a few unique dishes and a dessert called a deep dish apple tart that I am dying to try! The outdoor lounge is open year round so although we won’t wish away summer, you can enjoy a glass of hot butter rum in the winter and still have the city view.