RESTAURANTS NEAR ME IN CHICAGO LOGAN SQUARE
Hi there! My dear gourmands, I´m delighted to review some eateries in my fantastic hood today.
You know, here at Logan Square and surroundings, we are famous for having several of America’s best bars and restaurants in Chicago.
For us blokes here at the Square, it is kinda living in gastronome’s paradise. Here, we can find anything the most refined taste can wish. Some fellas might think I´m blowing it out of proportion but judge for yourself and then deliver your verdict.
First, the area is busy with amazing eateries. From a cozy coffee shop, to upscale Mexican eateries, to international-quality food places, we have it all.
Logan Square has excellent restaurants, so many that the neighborhood is a real wonderland to explore and keep you busy trying new flavors all year long.
It is hard to find a trendier place than Chicago’s Logan Square these days. Besides opening new and successful restaurants and bars in recent years, this northwest neighborhood has everything cool diners could ask for.
There’s a lot to choose from, so I’ve narrowed it down to some options that can satisfy your cravings for culinary adventures.
WHEN YOU ARE FOR DELIGHTFUL SEASONAL DISHES: LULA CAFE
For the frequent visitor, Lula is the place where dish after dish meals go from impressive to exciting.
Their ingredients are fresh from the season and some bites, like the one that blends sweet-potato puree, black lentils, and candied peanuts, are out of this world. Once you try them, you’ll notice they’re just brilliant.
Lula´s steaks are outstanding. For example, the one they prepare with semolina gnocchi tucked here and there, is not just steakhouse food. This dish is a steak seasoned with delicious Korean kimchi plus fried sardines in fermented cabbage that’s excellent.
You know what, we are a fan of Lula’s steak and they a fan of our awesome Garage Door Repair Chicago services.
FAT RICE, IF YOU ENJOY THE ENCOUNTER OF CULINARY CULTURES
This Macaense-style restaurant is a gem, the crown jewel of a growing ‘fusion’ trend and the melting pot of different cuisines with bold, new flavors.
Fat Rice is my place when I want to indulge in savoring what I consider a superstar dish, the Arroz Gordo.
The Arroz Gordo, a Portuguese language expression that means “fat rice,” is a fantastic, copious dish.
Original from Macau, the Portuguese colony in China, it has influences from Spanish cuisine and several other cooking styles. It’s a real intersection of culinary achievements with a generous blend of aromatic rice and different spices. They call it “the original fusion.
MI TOCAYA ANTOJERIA FOR A SPECIAL TOUCH OF MEXICAN FOOD
Mi Tocaya Antojeria is a favorite for foodies in Chicago, and one of mine too.
The place has lots of followers because of its famous antojos like its tacos filled with beer can chicken or fried chicken and churros. For a perfect pairing, you can try Chicana; a draft fueled with hibiscus, mezcal, gin, citrus chartreuse and maraschino.
The menu is gourmet style, tiny, complex, flavored, and unexpected. Bon Appetit nodded at it and made it one of the magazine’s 50 best new restaurants in town.
That well-deserved recognition guarantees that Mi Tocaya’s booking service will be busy for the rest of the year. After eating their delicious tacos, I’m sure it will.
Well, bye folks, and hope you keep doing well!