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  • Teagschwendner
    By the Numbers Seven: The number of countries represented by TeaGschwendner's more than 130 shops. One half of one percent: How much of the world's tea harvest is considered for purchase by TeaGschwendner's Master Tea Tasters. More than 300: The number of tea varieties in every store, including black, green, and oolong. Click the video to see the lengthy process that goes into selecting each of TeaGschwendner's teas. A Socially Responsible Brew Working in collaboration with government organizations, TeaGschwendner helped build a factory that processes tea for 130 small farmers. That's just one of the ways TeaGschwendner ensures social and environmental responsibility. Read more here. From the Press Room Their Bamboo Pomelo and Darjeeling Soom teas won gold medals at the North American Tea Championship in 2013. In 2012, CBS Chicago named it one of the best tea shops in the city. The Groupon Guide spoke to the State Street location's tasting manager, Matt Crews, who shares three tips for tea beginners and experts alike. Click here to read more press coverage of TeaGschwendner
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    2142 North Halsted Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • New England Seafood Company Fish Market
    With its lapping waves and watery vistas, Lake Michigan makes for a decent approximation of the much larger Atlantic Ocean, where Jeff Mazza feels most at home. Still, the owner of New England Seafood Company Fish Market could not shake a feeling of homesickness when he relocated to the Midwest. "Sitting on a deck eating some fried clams and some lobster rolls, that's every weekend pretty much. That's the stuff we miss and couldn't really find too much out here," he told ABC7’s Hungry Hound. Rather than pining away and writing novel-length emails to the family dog, Mazza reflected on what he missed the most about New England and put together a plan. Soon enough, he and his brothers had opened a restaurant and market and were busy importing seafood freshly caught in the Atlantic’s waters. Today, their menu includes baked haddock, pan-seared crab cakes, and the aforementioned fried clams and lobster rolls of Jeff’s youth. The lobster rolls—with their cold lobster meat, buttery seasonings, and buns imported from Boston—seem to have won over the most local fans. Serious Eats recently described them as "the purest, simplest version" of the sandwich found in Boston or Chicago.
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    3341 N Lincoln Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Goddess and Grocer
    With four locations speckled across Chicagoland, The Goddess and Grocer pairs the menu of a gourmet deli with the packed shelves of a specialty grocery store. Muffins, scones, and croissants are baked in-house, wafting the scents of melting butter and sugar over a sandwich counter reminiscent of a giant artist’s palette. There, custom sandwiches take shape from 11 breads and wraps, 7 deli meats, 9 cheeses, 12 vegetables, and an assortment of condiments that covers everything from cranberry-tinged mayonnaise to horseradish sauce. A few fixed staples are on hand to simplify decisions, however, including an egg-salad sandwich that Chicago magazine placed on its list of the 50 Best Sandwiches in Chicago, praising it as "a testament to the sheer power of simplicity." The Goddess and Grocer also assembles bag lunches as well as picnic hampers for patrons looking to enjoy a bite by the lake or to bait a Yogi Bear. To round out these meals, the staff can include high-end, specialty items from the grocery section, including handmade chocolates, artisanal cheeses, mustards and dressings, and wine and beer. Alternatively, they can cater gourmet breakfast, lunch, or dinner for large gatherings and celebrations.
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    1649 N Damen Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Paulina Meat Market
    Established since 1949, Bill and Laurie Begale purchased Paulina Meat Market in 2006. As a family, Bill, his wife, and three children continue to operate it as a traditional meat market with German specialities. In addition to old world sausages, staff have started experimenting with exotic meats and complementary deli items. They now serve sausages stuffed with fillings such as apples and pork, jalapeño and pepper jack cheese, and even a goat bratwurst, all of which can be paired with specialty condiments and fine cheeses. Paulina Meat Market has broadened the range of the meat counter to include unique cuts of beef, including Flat Iron and Hanger steaks, along with an option for grass-fed beef, Bill Kurtis’s Tallgrass Beef. Knowing that not everyone likes to cook or admit they use their oven for a dragon-hatching operation, the staff have also created a line of ready-to-eat entrees such as their famous chicken pot pies and corned beef hash. All the meat is locally sourced throughout within the Midwest, with the exception of the lamb, which comes from Colorado.
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    3501 North Lincoln Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Wicker Basket Cafe
    For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Wicker Basket Cafe. Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Wicker Basket Cafe's menu does not offer low-fat options. Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Wicker Basket Cafe — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks. You won't feel cramped at Wicker Basket Cafe, even with a large party — the coffee shop is perfect for large groups. Dine out in the open during Wicker Basket Cafe's summer season when patio tables are available for use. Wicker Basket Cafe can also cater your next party; call today for details. If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board the nearby stop at Damen-o'hare (Blue Line). Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the coffee shop's W Division St location offers nearby street parking. Dining at Wicker Basket Cafe will set you back about $30 per person on average. All major credit cards are accepted. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Wicker Basket Cafe, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
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    2113 West Division Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Fish Keg
    A vintage, barrel-shaped neon sign shimmers against the rough brick exterior of The Fish Keg, where the Hansen family draws on 50 years of experience to hand-bread shrimp, fish, and chicken and concoct made-from-scratch tartar and cocktail sauces. Shipments of seafood fly in daily from around globe to star in the rotating menu, which changes according to the availability of quirky fishing-boat names. Orange roughy arrives from New Zealand, and shrimp bursts in from the Gulf of Mexico to don cloaks of spicy batter and splash into the golden depths of a deep fryer. Spices, mixes, and goods from Zatarain's crowd colorful shelves, begging to bring their piquant fragrances to home kitchens. The Hansen family's happy chatter wafts into the dining room as they craft custom party platters that fuel shindigs and offer tailored maritime experiences without the embarrassment of an overly snug lobster costume.
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    2233 Howard St.
    Chicago, IL US

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