Notorious Chicago Restaurants
How about a burger??? Kuma’s Corner boasts burgers like The Mastadon as well as The Pantera & sides like the appropriately named Mini Pig Destroyer, this place does not take their food lightly. See what the buzz is about and remember: they “will not put the game on, bro.” 2900 W. Belmont Ave.
They may not yell at you when you order, but Hot Doug’s has a huge reputation for being the best in the world of encased meats. Order hot dogs like The Elvis & The Joe Strummer and try their signature duck fat fries. They also make a mean Chicago Style Hot Dog. 3324 N. California Ave.
Behold: Al’s Beef. A Chicago icon now open in our neighboring hood: Wrigleyville. The #1 Italian Beef joint serves ‘em up with w/ or w/out peppers, cheese, and au jus dip. Try the famous sandwich that was invented 70 years ago right here on Taylor St. in Chicago!
If you’re in the mood for some fried chicken, make a stop at Harold’s Chicken….known as “The Fried Chicken King,” they have been in business since 1950. Don’t be surprised if there’s a piece of white bread with your chicken, they’ve been doing that well since before the turn of the century. 1361 N. Milwaukee Ave.