3423 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 Directions
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About this business

  • Cuisine
    Spanish, Latin American, Cuban, American, Eclectic
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Cuisine
    Spanish, Latin American, Cuban, American, Eclectic
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Alcohol
  • Parking
  • Free Parking
  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Reservations
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Catering
  • Good For Kids
  • Good For Groups
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From Our Editors

After retiring from his career as drummer for the celebrated Chicago alt-rock outfit Veruca Salt, Jimmy Madla teamed up with his former roommate John Litz to found Coobah, a nerve center for nightlife, live music, and innovative Latin fusion cuisine. Madla draws from his own heritage and well-honed skills in the kitchen to create a menu that blends Spanish, Caribbean, South American, and Filipino influences into one exotic package. Guests brunch on flaky empanadas and Brazilian chicken marinated in piri piri sauce, or sit down to dinners of adobo beef short ribs, Cuban sandwiches, and Catalonian shellfish stews. Bartenders mix potent Brazilian caprinhas and minty mojitos as their future sippers admire Litz's stylish interior designs of earthy, rust-colored walls and copper accents. The restaurant exudes a ritzy, tropical vibe, with sidewalk seating amid umbrellas and flowers, a stage hosting live Latin music, and a portal in the basement that leads to Ipanema.

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Everyone knows that Chicago has outstanding deep dish pizza and hot dogs, but throughout the city, there is a veritable banquet of appealing options that go beyond this traditional Chicago fare. Some of the hottest chefs in the world call this city home and the Chicago restaurants at which they ply their trade are the "it" spots for innovative and cutting edge dining.

With Lake Michigan lapping up against the edge of the city, Chicago's restaurants have access to some of the most delicious freshwater fish in the world. Few restaurants do fresh seafood better than GT Fish & Oyster. Although traditional dishes, including chowder and fish and chips, are on the menu, guests keep returning for the restaurant's more unusual offerings. The brandade croquettes mix freshly caught brandade with just the right amount of herbs and breadcrumbs for a modern take on the fishcake, while the fresh oysters have a delicious homemade sauce drizzled over the top.

For freshly made pie and hamburgers the size of a dinner plate, head over to Grange Hall Burger Bar. More adventurous diners can choose the nine-ounce burgers, while those wanting something lighter might choose the six-ounce. Beef is not the only burger choice, as the restaurant also offers wild rice and veggie burgers and turkey burgers. The pie menu changes every month, and each slice comes with a dollop of homemade ice cream on top.

The Slurping Turtle wants to change the way people think about Asian cuisine. This upscale Chicago restaurant offers unique dishes, including chicken fried in duck fat and a salad topped with delicate pieces of freshly cooked octopus. Those in the mood for something sweet can try the cream puff filled with a rich and tasty coconut cream.

Modern cuisine and French cooking come together at Goosefoot. This restaurant shows how much restaurants in the city have changed in recent years. Every dish on the menu offers a twist on traditional French dishes, such as the lobster and mushroom entree in a curry-infused broth. Eating at this restaurant is a unique experience, as the menu changes with the seasons.

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Many people described the Jibarito as Traditional.
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Many people described the Churros as Amazing. Others thought:
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  • Amazing
  • Tasty
- 42%

  • Bland
Many people described the Cuban Food as Real.
+ 88%
- 12%

Many people described the Jerk Chicken as Delicious. Others thought:
+ 58%

  • Delicious
  • Healthy
  • Awesome
- 42%

  • Spicy
Many people described the Cuban Sandwich as Favorite.
+ 75%
- 25%

Many people described the Tater Tots as Good. Others thought:
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  • Good
  • Delicious
  • Tasty
- 31%

  • Spicy
  • Not Like
+ 75%
- 25%

Many people described the Chilaquiles as Delicious.
+ 80%
- 20%

Many people described the Empanadas as Love.
+ 62%
- 38%

Many people described the Beef Short-ribs as Delicious.
+ 83%
- 17%