Chicago’s Best Restaurants Win Bib Gourmand Recognition
Chef’s Special Cocktail Bar. In Bucktown, at Chef’s Special Cocktail Bar, Jason Vincent brings together American Chinese food and classic cocktails, a winning – and delicious! – combination.
Ciccio Mio. Vintage décor, classic Italian fare, and a hip twenty-first century attitude, that’s Ciccio Mio, a fun place and a guaranteed good time.
Joe’s Imports. At Joe’s Imports, expect some cool Italian-inspired food, creative and offbeat, including dishes like foie gras deviled eggs and Snow Crab Benedict.
Kasama. In Ukranian Village, Kasama presents a one-two punch of a Korean restaurant with an on-site bakery, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Mama Delia. Specialties from the Spanish region of Galicia – paella, incredible pork and seafood – are what you’ll find at Mama Delia, a rare and exciting Chicago restaurant, and one of the best.
Munno Pizzeria & Bistro. Hearty appetizers, house-made pasta and crackly thin-crust pizza are on the menu at Munno’s Pizzeria & Bistro, part of Chicago’s new wave of Italian restaurants.
Perilla. Korean cuisine is trending, and at Perilla, you can enjoy super renditions of Korean favorites like beef bulgogi and bibimbop.
Soule. Small and without a frill to spare, Soule is the place to go for soul food, including fried green tomatoes, catfish, and shrimp & grits.
Tzuco. Carlos Gaytan’s Tzuco offers innovative takes on traditional Mexican dishes, served with a fine dining flourish.
Avec. With casual sophistication and small plates that encourage sharing and conversation, avec is a Chicago classic.