Dim Sum Chart : Official Site - MingHin Cuisine at 2168 S. Archer Ave. Chicago, IL 60616, One of the best Dim Sum Seafood Restaurants in Chicago ChinaTown

Dim Sum Chart : Official Site - MingHin Cuisine at 2168 S. Archer Ave. Chicago, IL 60616, One of the best Dim Sum Seafood Restaurants in Chicago ChinaTown

Lobster Tails 101  Excellent Tutorial on Broiling Lobster Tails from Burhop's Seafood Restaurant (Chicago)

Lobster Tails 101 Excellent Tutorial on Broiling Lobster Tails from Burhop's Seafood Restaurant (Chicago)

The guide to eating at the best restaurants in Lakeview, from cheap eats to a more sophisticated meal.

The Best Lakeview Restaurants - Chicago

The guide to eating at the best restaurants in Lakeview, from cheap eats to a more sophisticated meal.

Riva - Navy Pier Restaurant - Chicago Seafood Restaurant

Riva - Navy Pier Restaurant - Chicago Seafood Restaurant

The Hottest Restaurants in Chicago Right Now

The Hottest Restaurants in Chicago Right Now

This next-gen steakhouse Maple & Ash serves decadence to Chicago's finest; find out what other food news we have on our radar.

The 20 Best Seafood Restaurants in Chicago

The 20 Best Seafood Restaurants in Chicago

The difference between the pretty okay-est Chicago oyster bars and the BEST Chicago oyster bars? One has oysters, and one has cheap oysters. These are those latter ones, 19 spots shucking deliciously wallet-friendly bivalves.

Dunlay's on Clark, $$, 2600 N Clark St, *Get the turkey burger--my fave! Glenn's Diner, $$, 1820 W Montrose Ave, *One of the city's hidden gems of seafood

A Foodie's Guide to Eating Around Chicago

Dunlay's on Clark, $$, 2600 N Clark St, *Get the turkey burger--my fave! Glenn's Diner, $$, 1820 W Montrose Ave, *One of the city's hidden gems of seafood

Chicago seafood restaurants

24 of Chicago's Best Seafood Restaurants, Mapped

At L20, a fine-dining seafood restaurant in Chicago, chef Matthew Kirkley fills small balls of melon with proteins such as tuna tartare or foie gras. He presents them to guests on a flowering-branch platter at the beginning of a meal.

At L20, a fine-dining seafood restaurant in Chicago, chef Matthew Kirkley fills small balls of melon with proteins such as tuna tartare or foie gras. He presents them to guests on a flowering-branch platter at the beginning of a meal.

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