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Berman architects and designers help you decorate your interior spaces, focusing on telling the story of your business and making your home uniquely yours.
This eclectic, independently owned used bookstore has a wide selection of literature, music, film and local art.
This Lakeview East restaurant serves Tex-Mex cuisine including burritos, churros, queso and guacamole without the use of preservatives or GMOs.
This renovated 1928 firehouse cinema hosts programs for filmmakers and film lovers alike, including two film festivals, classes, workforce training, screenings and youth summer camps.
This gastropub offers Chicagoans more than 300 whiskeys and Irish fare, including vegetarian options and an entire gluten-free menu for lunch and dinner.
Founded by a father-son duo, this roasterie offers beverages and pastries from some of Chicago's favorites: Defloured, DoRite and Hewn.
Helix seeks to create a youth-driven education system that is open and accessible to all. It provides a lab for students to test ideas and jobs to develop skills; its real-world projects empower youth, educators and adults.
This community-based restaurant offers hand-tossed, thin crust pizza, craft cocktails and locally-roasted coffee.
This restaurant offers slow cooked, quality tavern-oriented food, including its award-winning grilled cheese and top-voted burgers and mac and cheese.
Offering a walk-up bakery counter, Honeypie serves fresh-made fruit and cream pies along with baked treats and savory hand pies. Outdoor dining with a covered patio.
These local bakers turn Grandma's recipes into everyday happiness, offering tasty bagels, cinnamon rolls and ooey-gooey butter cake.
As one of the oldest establishments in Chicago, this pub has been offering hamburgers, chicken and steak sandwiches, vegetarian-friendly options, red sangria, and locally-brewed IPA beers since 1959.
Since its beginnings at the Green City Farmers' Market in 2011, Cookies & Carnitas has earned recognition and accolades for their made-from-scratch foods, custom catering and innovative menu.
Born and raised in Edgewater, the owners of this taco shop serve an array of classic Mexican dishes with a focus on street style tacos in a casual setting that welcomes the whole community.
Consistently rated as a top ramen spot in Chicago, this restaurant serves over one-dozen varieties of ramen with fresh, homemade noodles and a delicious assortment of Japanese bites.
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