The Best New Chicago Restaurants

Fresh spots to dine in Chicago.

Restaurants can be fleeting in Chicago, and many Chicagoans can remember the sting of losing one of your favorites after a short amount of time dining there. New deliciousness is on the horizon! Fresh dining options are popping up all over the city.

Aster Hall
Sushi, pizza, ramen, burgers, oh my! Grab a bite and a seat in the chic dining room. Definitely a great addition to your shopping on Michigan Avenue.

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Credit: facebook.com/asterhallchicago

Yugen
The dining experience you need. This Japanese spot opened to the public in the second week of December and is already creating its own buzz.

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Credit: Yugen

Landbirds
Chicken wings might not seem like the most exciting food, but that’s not the case here. This Asian-fusion spot is a wonderful addition to Logan Square.

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Credit: facebook.com/landbirdschicago

Luella’s Gospel Bird
This new Bucktown restaurant brings the heat with amazing fried chicken, homemade buttermilk biscuits… and more. Your favorite new brunch spot? Probably.

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Credit: facebook.com/luellasgospelbird

TŌMI
Revival Food Hall brings a unique addition to their dining spots with colorful TŌMI. Stop by for multicolored sushi rolls and eclectic entrees and leave completely satisfied.

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Credit: facebook.com/tomichicago

Crab Cellar
Lincoln Park earned a gem with the addition of Crab Cellar to their already bustling restaurant scene. The large amount of food for your money is guaranteed to make you come back for more.

 

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Credit: Crab Cellar

 

 

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