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High five ramen in Chicago.
High five ramen in Chicago.

Food & Drink

4 great Chicago restaurants

Spice up your Chicago visit with a dinner at one of these great restaurants.

Belly Shack

Chef Bill Kim and his wife Yvonne draw from the Korean and Puerto Rican dishes they grew up with and combine elements of their ­culinary backgrounds to create such unique dishes as the Quinoa BiBimBap and the Pho-Sole.

Belly Shack

1912 N. Western Avenue, Chicago

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Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap

Jake Melnick’s is known as a good place to get a drink and watch the Chicago Bulls or the Blackhawks on an array of TVs. They serve a wide variety of food, including brunch and BBQ, but they’re probably most ­famous for their award-winning chicken wings. Choices range from regular Buffalo style to the burning hot XXX wings flavored with habanero, ghost, and ­scorpion peppers.

Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap

41 E. Superior Street, Chicago

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Ramen at High Five Ramen in Chicago.

High Five Ramen

For those who like things spicy, this limited-seating basement restaurant offers ­extremely potent noodle dishes. “We hope you’ll be strong, ­suffer through, and find the ­sensory joy as we did,” the menu warns.

High Five Ramen

112 N. Green Street, Chicago

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Rangoli

Offering classic Indian cuisine from “light” to “very spicy,” Rangoli has plenty of vegetarian options and is a BYOB restaurant (where you can bring in your own wine or beer.)

Rangoli

2421 W. North Avenue, Chicago

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