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Billy Goat Tavern - The Original
There are few things as identifiable to Illinois and Chicago as the Billy Goat Tavern. Made popular by the SNL; the Billy Goat Tavern serves up no nonsense fare: Burgers, cheeseburgers, no fries, just chips – and definitely no Pepsi, just Coke. However, if you want something stronger to drink they also have a full bar. Don’t worry Billy Goat Tavern has much more to their menu, but why miss out on the food that made them famous.
With a moniker like Sausage Superstore and Encased Meat Emporium, how could you go wrong with a trip to Hot Doug’s? Well you can’t. Hot Doug’s, located in Chicago is the hot spot for hot dog enthusiasts, with an adventurous side. At Hot Doug’s you’ll find a variety of game meats, exciting toppings, and on Friday and Saturday only, duck fat fries. Don’t let the line outside turn you away, that’s simply the sign of a great food experience waiting for you to try.
Irazu Costa Rican Dining
Serving flavorful Costa Rican meals, Irazu located in Chicago is a family-owned restaurant that has been dishing up traditional Costa Rican food since 1990; a must try for anyone who is a lover of food and this Central American cuisine.
Smoque (smok) BBQ is a neighborhood kind of place that cooks up BBQ good enough to make it a true destination. The natural flavors of the meat. The savory flavor of hardwood smoke. The spiciness of the rub. The sweetness or pungency of the sauce. When these elements are in balance, you have found BBQ Heaven. And you can find them all coexisting at Smoque.
Get the feel of a classic drive-in in the city of Chicago. Superdawg will take you back to another day and time but their food has kept up with the times. Everything at Superdawg has been created with the same attention and care, as it was when they first opened in 1948. And when you visit don’t forget to say hi to Mr. and Mrs. Superdawg adorning the top of the restaurant for all to see.
Top Notch Beefburgers
Freshly ground round beef burgers are the signature of this friendly, casual and kind-hearted joint. Since 1954, owner Diran Soulian has been behind this grill, forming a huge following and a legendary burger. With a top-notch reputation in the neighborhood for fresh burgers and fries, and a worldwide following; Top-Notch is at the head of its class for great tasting burgers.
At Paradise Pup. in Des Plaines, the "big mess of a burger" is traditional Chicago fast food the way it should be. Folks line up outside the 800-square-foot joint for the one-and-only Char Cheddar burger. As for the Italian beef sandwich, it’s "oh, so good."
CITY: Des Plaines