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Gourmet Live Does a 24-Hour Chicago Gastronomic Tour

Gourmet Live spent some time dining and drinking in Chicago and they came up with a pretty solid list of how to spend 24 hours eating in our city. Saying that "for food lovers, Chicago is simply the place to be at this moment in time," the article starts up north in Andersonville at the Swedish Bakery and Ann Sather for breakfast and even gives a more upscale alternate with Kanela in Lakeview.

It name checks Green City Market and the Sunday Dinner folks, and then goes into naming all the hot spots from big-name chefs doing downscale cuisine, including Xoco, Big Star, Belly Shack and Grahamwich. And instead of honing in on other places that visitors might actually have a chance getting into, the article includes the super-popular Girl & The Goat, Maude's Liquor Bar, avec, Next and GT Fish & Oyster.

The piece does do a nice job of taking people to different parts of the city, as the list finishes up with a stop at Longman & Eagle in Logan Square, where it mentions you can even spend the night at one of the rooms upstairs..
· App Exclusive: 24 Hours in Chicago [Gourmet Live]

[Photo: Belly Shack]

XOCO

449 North Clark Street, , IL 60654 (312) 661-1434 Visit Website

GT Fish & Oyster

531 North Wells Street, , IL 60654 (312) 929-3501 Visit Website

Grahamwich

615 N State Street, Chicago, IL 60654 312 265 0434

Avec

615 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60661 (312) 377-2002 Visit Website

Belly Shack

1912 N Western Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 773 252 1414

Girl & the Goat

555-3 Mateo Street, , CA 90013 (213) 799-4628 Visit Website

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