The snow is inevitable in Chicago, but there’s some time left and with that, it’s time to update the Eater Chicago 38.
This collection of Chicago’s best restaurants provides answers for the classic question: “Where would you dine if you had one night in the city?” The list recognizes some all-time greats and restaurants that have pushed culinary boundaries. This list is for locals who want to make the most out of their nights. It’s also for visitors unfamiliar with the city.
For the October update, four new members join, as fine dining powerhouses Kyoten and Smyth take a bow after long runs, while Adalina heads to the bench. The big shocker: Pequod’s, the legendary deep-dish favorite in Lincoln Park, joins them.
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