Within a year, Momotaro has already established itself as one of Chicago’s finest Japanese eateries.
Check out this edible guide to experiencing the best of Chicago’s culinary scene in under 48 hours.
There is nothing like homemade, thick crust pizza topped with ricotta, mozzarella, and tomato slices that roast in the oven.
Rebelliously located in New York, Emmett’s serves deep dish pizza to a thin crust crowd. The joint is converting the Big Apple’s tastes one pie at a time.
Tiger and Cub banners are the only markers outside this bar. Equipped with a hot dog warmer, the bar does 3 things: Chicago dogs, Detroit coneys and booze.
You know you’re from the Midwest when you’ve had one or more of these desserts.
If you’re in need of a coffee destination, or just a stop on your morning walk, make one of Bow Truss Coffee Company’s locations a pin on your Chicago map.
If you’re in town for a conference or for different strokes, meander over to Overflow.
Honest Cooking coffee house tester Bill Wash discovers the curious coffee nebula of Wormhole Coffee in Chicago.
Look no further than Ipsento Coffee House and Roaster for great coffee in Chicago.
Bill makes a pleasant visit to Chicago coffee roaster and cafe Asado Coffee.
Laura Bednarski falls in love with Frost Gelato at their new location outside Chicago.
Laura Bednarski picks up a couple of pre-easter treats at her favorite local bakery.
At Chicago’s The Publican, Carly DeFilippo has an almost religious brunch experience on Easter morning.
When in Chicago, shop for your food needs where the foodies in Chicago do, the Fox and Obel Gourmet market.