Slideshow: Check Out The Nosh at Block Thirty Seven for the Next Two Weeks

Head On Up to the Second Floor
Head On Up to the Second Floor

Besides the food trucks, which are located along Dearborn, all the stands are up on the second floor. Don't worry—there will be a bunch of signs to help you.

Welcome to The Nosh
Welcome to The Nosh

You'll be greeted the moment you step off the escalator. Now, let's look at what's to eat.

The Vendors
The Vendors

There were twelve vendors when I visited, and each offered something unique, from grilled cheese sandwiches at Gayle's Grilled Cheese to creatively topped tamales at Dia De Los Tamales.

Pork and Cabbage Egg Roll at Bento Box ($3.00)
Pork and Cabbage Egg Roll at Bento Box ($3.00)

Freshness is also key at Bento Box's stand. The egg rolls are quickly fried to order, coming out so hot you'll have to wait a minute before digging in. These are flaky and filling.

Lindy's Chili & Gertie's Ice Cream
Lindy's Chili & Gertie's Ice Cream

I was thrilled when this old school chili joint was featured at The Nosh's Chili Day, and I'm so glad to see them here. For the next couple weeks, it's hard to think of a better bowl of chili you'll be able to find in The Loop.

Eat in Block Thirty Seven's Atrium
Eat in Block Thirty Seven's Atrium

There was a good crowd when I visited, which is a good thing for Block Thirty Seven, which doesn't have much going on above the first floor. Hopefully, this catches on. It's certainly conveniently located, and thanks to some tables placed around the atrium, it's also a rather peaceful place to eat lunch.