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Publication Tue Mar 11 2008

Chicago's Tastiest Street

Good Magazine recently published an article on America's Tastiest Streets. Broadway in Chicago's Lakeview and Edgewater neighborhoods shares the page with picks in Queens, Houston, Seattle, Miami, Nashville, and Los Angeles. The article highlights the following establishments with a favorite offering from each. See the Chicago list after the jump.

6120 N. Broadway Street
Try the: Doro watt

4802 N. Broadway Street
Try the: Rye whiskey

5350 N. Broadway St.
Try the: Churrasco


4829 N. Broadway Street
Try the: Steamed red snapper

4225 Fremont Avenue
Try the: Vermicelli and coconut-milk deserts"

What do you consider to be the tastiest street in Chicago?


Mandy / March 11, 2008 1:09 PM

I'm a big fan of Roscoe Street, which I think is unsung. There's Frasca at Roscoe and Paulina, and then on the main strip, LaMora, Victory's Banner, Kitsch'n, Piazza Bella, and Thai Linda.

amyc / March 11, 2008 1:36 PM

I'd second Roscoe -- I miss the old neighborhood. Also, Clark between Carmen and Hollywood is no slouch: La Donna, Konak's, the Hopleaf, Kopi, Reza's, Andie's, M. Henry, Taste of Heaven, Sweet Occasions, and Ikosium Cafe.

And of course there's Devon.

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