Restaurants in Wicker Park

Chicago is a city full of spectacular restaurants. Check out our reviews of great spots in the Wicker Park neighborhood.

Las Palmas (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

A standout Mexican restaurant in the heart of Wicker Park, Las Palmas offers intimate dining and an outdoor patio, the perfect place for a date or a giddy Margarita Night.

Smoke Daddy (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

When thinking of great BBQ in Chicago, Smoke Daddy is one of the first places that comes to my mind.

Milk and Honey Cafe (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

This quaint cafe on Division street serves up great breakfast, brunch, and light lunch everyday of the week.

Schwa (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

Schwa (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

For a place like this, the experience and mythology is almost more important than the food. Almost.

Salud Tequila Lounge (Bar, Wicker Park)

Salud is a simple tequila lounge decorated with as much flavor and variety as is offered in their menu.

Bongo Room (Restaurant, Wicker Park, South Loop)

Bongo Room is one of those staples in the Chicago brunch scene that has you always waiting for a table.

Not your average brew: The Wormhole (Coffee Shop, Wicker Park)

When I found this place with a Delorean in the window, 80’s memorabilia plastered on the walls, and a chill hipster crowd, I was hooked.

Jerry’s (Wicker Park, Restaurant)

For a leisurely lunch on a Saturday afternoon, head to Jerry’s with your game face on. It’s time to tackle some tough decisions and a delicious sandwich.

Blue Star Wine Bar (Restaurant, Bar, Wicker Park)

Blue Star is perfect for friends and family, date night and late night. Break away from beer, and find new meaning for the term wine and dine.

Lillie’s Q (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

Location: 1856 W. North. Ave. Phone: 773.772.5500 Website: Cuisine: Southern BBQ Reservations: Not accepted Lillie’s Q is doing comfort food with […]

Feast (Restaurant, Bucktown)

With locations in Bucktown and the Gold Coast, Feast offers delicious American food with a twist in a posh but relaxed atmosphere.

Mado (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

A leader in the local food movement, this Bucktown spot serves up excellent dishes while keeping in mind one simple, yet important goal.

Big Star (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

Looking for a little Chicago honky-tonk? You’ve come to the right place.

Angels & Mariachis (Restaurant, Wicker Park)

Billing itself as Chicago’s “Rock Cantina,” Angels & Mariachis serves up good Mexican food in a unique atmosphere.