The 15 Best New Restaurants in Chicago

Chicago Magazine | Carly Boers, John Kessler, Jeff Ruby, Carrie Schedler, and Claire Voon | April 13, 2019

It’s the Year of the Indie: These 15 spots, all but one of which are independently owned, show off Chicago’s culinary scene at its charming, idiosyncratic best.

Kyoten | 2507 W. Armitage Ave. | Logan Square | Sushi

Pacific Standard Time | 141 W. Erie St. | River North | Contemporary American

Passerotto | 5420 N. Clark St. | Andersonville | Korean-Italian

Xocome Antojeria | 5200 S. Archer Ave. | Archer Heights | Mexican

Etta | 1840 W. North Ave. | Bucktown | Contemporary American

Landbirds | 2532 N. California Ave. | Logan Square | Korean

All Together Now | 2119 W. Chicago Ave. | West Town | Contemporary

Bar Biscay | 1450 W. Chicago Ave. | Noble Square | Spanish

The Swill Inn | 415 N. Milwaukee Ave. | West Town | American

Bayan Ko | 1810 W. Montrose Ave. | Ravenswood | Filipino-Cuban

Yokocho | Location to be Determined

Funkenhausen | 1709 W. Chicago Ave. | West Town | German

Aba | 302 N. Green St. | West Loop | Mediterranean

Luella’s Gospel Bird | 2009 N. Damen Ave. | Bucktown | Southern

Munno Pizzeria & Bistro | 4656 N. Clark St. | Ravenswood | Italian

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