$17 for $30 worth of Peruvian food
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Ceviche Chicago—the latest project from the family behind Ay Ay Picante—brings Peruvian flavor to a Logan Square space lined with exposed brick and crowned by a gleaming chandelier. In this chic setting, diners savor dishes that have garnered praise from the likes of WTTW's Check, Please!, which include seafood ceviches, Chinese-Peruvian stir-fries, and tender steak cooked with Inca corn beer. But guests will also find new offerings to tempt the palate—specifically, juicy rotisserie chicken and sumptuous vegetarian dishes such as causa, a lemon- and purple-corn-infused potato salad that would liven up even a backyard barbecue with an economist. The spot is currently BYOB, but has plans to launch a full bar specializing in pisco cocktails.