LAKEVIEW— The second location of Sushi Burrito opened earlier this month. Like its older sibling in Lincoln Park, they're serving giant sushi rolls akin to burritos. Status: Certified open, 2904 N. Broadway St.
THE LOOP— Block 37 gets another tenant for the workday lunchtime crowd withGayle's Best Ever Grilled Cheese, reported by Time Out Chicago. Green City Marketpatrons may be familiar with Gayle's tent. Don't worry, she'll still make it to Lincoln Park.Status: Certified open, Block 37, 108 N. State St.
OAK PARK— The Addis Cafe is a new Ethiopian spot in Oak Park, graduating from a food truck, as reported by Wednesday Journal of Oak Park and River Forest. They're taking over a former waffles and coffee spot. Status: Certified open, 818 S. Oak Park Ave.
ENGLEWOOD— Try lunch or dinner at Sikia Restaurant, the new spot run by students from Washburn Culinary and Hospitality Institute, reported by DNAinfo. They serve globally-influneced food from a rotating menu. Reservations are recommended, and they're open Wednesday through Friday during fall and spring semesters. Status: Certified open, 740 W. 63rd St.
ANDERSONVILLE— True North is a new 35-seat cafe slinging coffee, salads and sandwiches is headed to Andersonville, according to DNAinfo. There's also smoothies. Status: Certified open, 5507 N. Clark St.
BEVERLY— A "Lil" Something Hot Cafe is selling coffee, sandwiches, salads and more on the South Side, according to DNAinfo. The owner is a former manager of McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King locations. Status: Certified open, 1455 W. 103rd St.
NORTHBROOK— There's a new Mexican spot for residents near Northbrook and Glenview. It's called Mesa Urbana. The menu focuses on small plates, curated by chef Eusevio Garcia. Status: Certified open, 3566 Milwaukee Ave., Northbrook.