Uno Chicago Grill's epicurean engineers craft traditional deep-dish pies, which beckon hungry stomachs from an expansive menu of classic Italian and international fusion fare. Pizza patrons ignite appetites with gourmet appetizers, such as buffalo-chicken quesadillas ($10.99), before diving head first into a robust selection of deep-dish pizzas. The Chicago Classic ($10.99 for an individual size) coddles a Windy City sampling of crumbled sausage, chunky tomato sauce, and fresh cheeses on a thick-crusted flavor bed, and the Spinoccoli ($10.99 for an individual size) anchors a dough boat with spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, and feta. Uno Chicago's other stomach-satiating options run the gamut from small- and full-size pasta plates ($7.49+/$12.49+) to juicy burgers ($9.29+) and certified Angus steaks ($16.99+).
Fragrant smoke flows through hoses as customers relax on cushy sofas and armchairs inside Voodoo Hookah Lounge. Staff members refresh the hookahs' glowing charcoals and fill hookahs from their stock of 40 flavors of fresh shisha—including such popular offerings as lemon mint, double apple, and spiced chai—for patrons to puff or mix and match into custom blends. Patrons can also shop for at-home smoking supplies—including shisha, hookahs, and e-hookahs—or they can purchase energy drinks, Coca-Cola products, and snacks to enjoy as they lounge.
Husband and wife team and dog enthusiasts Dan and Catarina Callen founded Barka Lounge as a place for dogs to exercise, socialize, and get spruced up comfortably and safely. An indoor, climate-controlled facility, Barka Lounge greets pups with a completely cage-free environment, as well as spacious areas in which to play during daycare and longer stays. Staff remains on duty at all times, and extended weeknight and weekend hours cater to owners with busy schedules.
Buttercup Grill & Bar serves up an extensive and eclectic menu of hearty American fare for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and breakfast for lunch or dinner. Start a day of paragliding right with a hearty order of chicken fried steak and eggs ($8.99), or opt for a fresh-fruit-topped Belgian waffle ($6.99). The mid- and late-day menu offers any and everything to satisfy palates of all preferences, including starters such as a cup of soup ($2.99) or lunch-sized salad ($4.95+), or sandwiches like the slow-roasted prime-rib French dip ($7.99). Burgers ($7.59+), pastas ($8.99+), grilled favorites (such as chicken and shrimp jambalaya, $12.99), and other meaty treats ($9.99+) round out the tasty menu. The selection of beer, wine, and frozen non-alcoholic drinks make excellent candidates to chauffer the tasty bites down the body's food chute, and eventually into the gastronomic ball pit at the bottom.