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A Secret Iggy's Menu Pops Up in the West Loop

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Remember the mid-'90s? If you do, you likely weren't partying enough to hit up Dion Antic's Iggy's on Milwaukee Avenue to sop up your booze with his signature late-night dishes. But If you do happen to have fond memories of eating hearty pasta at 3 a.m. and you've been craving some of your old favorites from back in the day, you're in for a treat.

When you're looking for some post-drinking fare and you're in the West Loop, Antic's newest haunt, Porkchop, has a secret menu. A secret Iggy's menu, to be more precise. The menu, available only if you ask for it, will feature a rotating selection of Iggy's signature dishes, like the lemon-butter bowtie pasta; artichoke fritters; seafood alfredo; carpaccio; jambalaya risotto; red and yellow peppers with goat cheese; and the Iggy's eggs: English muffin, cream cheese, chive and scrambled eggs. Your stomach will thank you, although your liver may already hate you.


941 W. Randolph, Chicago, IL

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