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The Cubs have been on fire since 2016, and Wrigleyville hasn't escaped the heat.Wrigleyville has long been stigmatized for its lack of great eats and drinks (beyond ballpark fare, of course), but that stigma ends now.
Below we've rounded up an updated list of the new restaurants in town this month -- or if you're hungry for an old standby, keep scrolling for our current lineup of the overall best places in Chicago to get your eat on.
Pull up a seat at one of the mosaic-topped tables and revel in the porcine magic that is the bacon fat hash with pork shoulder, sweet potatoes, and Brussels sprouts laden with rich mustard cream sauce.
Brendan Sodikoff's award-winning donut shop sets the bar unattainably high with its supremely dense, moist old-fashioned-style donuts.
While steaks, like the colossal 37-ounce tomahawk, steal the show, Italian-informed dishes like Chicken Vesuvio, veal Valdostana, and fettuccine al forno mixed in a wheel of Parmesan, shouldn't be overlooked.
Casual, inviting, and just the right amount of polish, this concept is the sort of place that keeps you coming back for more.