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33 Cheap Eats We Love in Logan Square

Nick Kindelsperger 5 comments

Of all the Cheap Eats guides I've put together, this was easily the most personal. I've lived in Logan Square for the past five years, so I feel like I've amassed some serious first hand knowledge of the affordable options. More

Staff Picks: What's the Best Pizza in Chicago?

Staff Picks Nick Kindelsperger 45 comments

It's a time of transition for Chicago pizza. With the critically beloved Great Lake either temporarily closed or gone for good, what better time to take stock and ask our writers about their favorite pizza? More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Jesse Divine's Logan Square

Neighborhood Guides Amber Gibson Post a comment

When Jesse Divine first moved to Chicago, he lived in River North, but he much prefers the quieter, more laid-back scene in Logan Square. More

Eat Your Way to O'Hare Airport: Where to Feast Near Chicago's Blue Line, Plus 12 Essential Bites

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

I decided to take a ride on the Blue Line to O'Hare, tracking the options from the moment you leave the Loop to the point you arrive at your gate. There are more options than I could have imagined. More

10 Muffins We Love in Chicago

Chicago Roger Kamholz Post a comment

I scoured the city for superlative examples. And without any strong expectations, I came away very impressed by the variety and quality of muffins Chicago's bakeries, diners, and caf├ęs are turning out. More

The Vegetarian Option: Reno

The Vegetarian Option Amber Gibson 1 comment

We obviously love the sandwiches at Reno, but they also have some pretty tasty vegetarian dinner options. More

The Hunt for the Best Bagel in Chicago

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 13 comments

If someone would have asked me last year about the best bagel in Chicago, I would have shrugged my shoulders and pleaded ignorance. But we are in something of a bagel boom and it's time to take stock. So, does Chicago actually have some bagels worth celebrating? More

A Sandwich a Day: The Pine at Reno

A Sandwich a Day Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

Whether you prefer Southern-style or not, Chicago has no shortage of great fried chicken options. But a great fried chicken sandwich requires a little more forethought. More

A Sandwich a Day: Hook at Reno

A Sandwich a Day Joe Roy 2 comments

The Hook ($8.00) is comprised of house cured togarashi lox, thinly sliced cucumber, creamy avocado, artichoke cream cheese, and sharp and crunchy red onion, all piled high between your choice of freshly wood-fired bagel (I went with My Everything). More

Nick's Favorite New Chicago Restaurants of 2012

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

These new restaurants are literally all over the map, and come from both respected restauranteurs and hungry novices. The only similarity is that I was legitimately surprised by what I ate. More

Nick's 12 Best Bites in Chicago From 2012

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

It's hard to believe how much I ate out in 2012. I probably ate out once a day, where I'd often try three to four different dishes. Then there were the occasions where I'd try one of everything at a restaurant, which immediately added dozens of options to the final tally. I thought putting together the list would be hard, but some very specific dishes jumped right out at me. More

First Look: Reno, Serving Wood-Fired Pizza and Handmade Bagels in Logan Square

First Look Nick Kindelsperger 3 comments

Written large on Reno's paper menu is "morning, noon, and night," and the restaurant certainly takes those words to heart. Sure, there is coffee and a full bar, but this is a place that puts obvious effort into everything, including its handmade bagels. More

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