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The usual alternatives can get tedious however never ever fear. New restaurants are always opening up in Chicago. Try one tonight … or the next time appetite strikes.

1450 W. Chicago Ave. – West Town

West Town vegetarians may have taken a hit when Green Zebra closed previously this year, however this colorful French-fusion kitchen and bar has dived in to fill the space with a variety of meat-free and seafood choices. Meat-eating options like an entire oxtail and jamón serrano likewise have a spot on the menu.

1415 N. Wood St. – Wicker Park

Chef Brian Jupiter of Frontier has turned the old Beachwood Inn area into a down-home tribute to Louisiana cooking named after his granny. Gumbo and po’kids abound here and, while we miss the dive bar that formerly occupied these walls, we can’t dislike on the interior decoration changes they have actually made.

5310 N. Clark St. – Andersonville

Andersonville’s enormous brand-new option for high end Mexican fare has actually been attracting crowds since opening in March. It’s a great thing the restaurant’s stretching dining-room has the area for them. The menu is comparable in size, comprised of no-brainers like fish tacos, ceviches and enchiladas. The wood oven flatbreads, with garnishes like pork tummy, lobster and avocado are an unforeseen reward.

1635 W. Irving Park Rd. – North Center

We know it’s not new, fine? Diner Grill’s long-awaited grand resuming deserves all the attention it can get. The late-night favorite was severely damaged after a Christmas Eve fire in 2016, however we’re grateful to see it back in action. Go there and order The Slinger– two hamburger patties, 2 sunny-side-up eggs, cheese, hash browns, onions, smothered with chili and served with a side of toast– right now.

4042 N. Milwaukee Ave. – Portage Park

Frunchroom’s with dignity created menu pays homage to head chef Matt Saccaro’s Jewish/Italian heritage. Desire a side of matzo ball soup with your gnocchi? You got it.

226 W Kinzie St. – River North

Burgers, barbecue, ramen and now sushi– is there anything Hogsalt Hospitality can’t do? What’s more, the dining establishment group does them all well. Radio Anago is the restaurant group’s latest feat, a dark den of raw bites, rolls and fried chicken topped with edible gold.3057 W. Logan Blvd.-Logan Square

Mott Street has a great deal of scrumptious products on its menu, however the most surprising is the burger. You simply don’t normally go searching for that at an Asian dining establishment. Regardless, it’s ended up being one of the most popular items out of the Noble Square cooking area. Enter Mini Mott, the most recent area from Mott Street’s team with a sole focus on that signature burger topped with American cheese, hoisin aioli, sweet potato frizzles, pickled jalapenos, pickles, miso butter and onions. Mini Mott’s mini menu is rounded out by wings, french fries, soft serve, shakes and beer.

302 N. Green St., 3rd Floor – Fulton Market

Lettuce Entertain You’s most current may be its most colorful menu yet, literally. Aba’s dishes are accented with intense, gorgeous presentations thanks to its fresh Mediterranean active ingredients. If the food doesn’t win you over here, the rooftop patio area certainly will.

1043 N. California Ave. – Humboldt Park

The Chicago food truck pros behind the wheels of Lucy’s, Flying Taco and Pierogi Wagon are now offering the brick-and-mortar game an opt for Lucy’s permanent, non-mobile house in Humboldt Park. Discover diner-style sandwiches like a spicy fried chicken and a classic burger along with ’60s decoration at this new restaurant.

141 W. Erie St. – River North

One of Chicago’s many prepared for openings of the year has yet to dissatisfy. Previous Nico Osteria chef Erling Wu-Bower downsize (a bit) on the seafood at his newest endeavor rather concentrating on elegant handles Italian influenced dishes like pastas and pizzas.

1020 W. Lawrence Ave. – Classy

Who doesn’t enjoy diner food and all-day breakfast? 3 Squares discovers the middle roadway in between traditional and contemporary with its interior and menu design. Staples such as the biscuits and gravy get an upgraded with active ingredients like lamb bacon and coconut mushroom gravy. We certainly don’t mind the “include alcohol” option that’s readily available for all of 3 Squares’ milkshakes either.