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Having baked its delicate desserts of destiny for the celebrity likes of Oprah, Jackie Chan, and others, Fancy Fortune Cookies offers a handsome array of crack-openable creations like the chocolate-covered-raspberry fortune cookie ($1.15 each), chocolate-covered cookie ($1.10 each), and cherry-flavored cookie ($0.65 each). You can also make yourself feel tiny by ordering one-pound gigantic fortune cookies ($29.95+) and much more. Check out Fancy Fortune Cookies' larger-than-normal-fortune-cookie-sized selection of flavors here.

2901 S Cicero Ave
Cicero,
Illinois
US

This Groupon can be used at any of Webster Dental Care's five locations: Lakeview, Portage Park, Hoffman Estates, Cicero, and Skokie.

6130 W Cermak Rd
Cicero,
IL
US

Los Chilaquiles

Luis Barrea, the owner and head chef at Los Chilaquiles, traces his culinary journey back to his family’s kitchen. Even when he could barely reach the counter, Luis was learning how to craft enchiladas and tacos to please the discerning palates of his 10 brothers and sisters. Though he later studied at a professional academy, these early experiences did the most to shape his love for cooking. Today, he brings this love to every dish he makes at Los Chilaquiles. Amidst crackling pans and sizzling grills, Luis and his chefs stuff meats and seafood into tacos and tortas that have earned praise from Chicago's Best. The real draw, however, is their eight different types of chilaquiles, which shower crispy corn tortilla chips with chocolaty mole and tequila-infused sauces. Salsas with varying degrees of spiciness accompany each dish—beware of the ultra-hot diablo salsa, which Luis painstakingly extracts from volcanic lava.

5735 W 16th St
Cicero,
IL
US

Chicago Hauntings Events' distinct black and grey bus weaves its way through the Windy City's most eerie corridors, stopping at such chilling attractions as abandoned graveyards and haunted houses. One tour follows the footsteps of serial killer H.H. Holmes, who was immortalized in the book Devil in the White City. Another visits The Green Mill, a former speakeasy, where you can sidle up in Al Capone's favorite booth. The tours are led by paranormal experts who have been featured on The History Channel, NPR, and Casper the Friendly Ghost's Oscar-nominated biopic.

5734 West Cermak Road
Cicero,
IL
US

On May 20, 1891, an estimated 6,000 people attended the first-ever Opening Day at Hawthorne Race Course. The event featured the Chicago Derby?a quarter-mile race won by a horse named Brookwood. Since that day, the facility has thrilled Chicago-area racing fans season after season with live competition and full-card simulcasting. But it hasn't always been easy. In 1905, for instance, racing was banned in Chicago for more than 15 years after several of the facility's horses became mired in a political scandal. And Hawthorne Race Course itself has had to overcome its fair share of adversity, including two fires, the most recent of which destroyed the grandstand in 1978.

3501 S Laramie Ave
Cicero,
IL
US

Beyond an ornate blue-and-white exterior, groups of family and friends celebrate any number of occasions over fresh Mexican seafood dishes. As birthday celebrants don sombreros and farmhands feed cogs to the mechanical bull, fork tines prod fresh lobster, fish tacos, and shrimp fajitas. Mariachi bands, DJs, and karaoke crooners also send music notes sailing through the dining room’s archways, as the 60-ounce Margarita Tsunami complements a whole red snapper doused with hot sauce. Meanwhile, live singers, magicians, and colorful cultural acts ensure eyes and ears feast as thoroughly as bellies do, during theme nights and shows that occur every Wednesday though Sunday.

5503 W Cermak Rd
Cicero,
IL
US

Cicero Scene