Finding the right place to eat while trying to accommodate everyone’s specific need in your family can be pretty tough, especially when you’re dealing with a large family. However, in the city of Chicago, there are a variety of different restaurants where you and your family can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The list is long, which is have I have consolidated them into the top three you will find below. These restaurants are frequently mentioned when looking for that perfect Chicago spot to enjoy with the family.
1) Home Run Inn
If you are big on tradition and good pizza, you should check out Home Run Inn. It has been around since 1947 and has been making its mark on the pizza industry in Chicago. Home Run Inn maintains many of its earliest traditions, including providing their customers with fresh, natural ingredients. Looking to organize a private party? Home Run Inn can also accommodate large parties for your friends and family.
2) Lula Cafe
Lula Cafe is definitely one of the more urban places to grab a bite to eat with your family. What originated as a small storefront in Chicago has now expanded to multiple storefronts. The expansion over the years is a clear indication of the appreciation the community has for this restaurant. The menu at Lula Cafe includes a wide variety of dishes, including fish, steak, chicken, and even a healthy portion of vegetarian options. Due to the expansion of Lula Cafe, you and your family will have more than enough room to enjoy your dinner comfortably.
3) Smoque BBQ
If you and your family love the smell and taste of BBQ food, then this might be the place for you. Smoque BBQ has been around for almost a decade now and continues to do well in Chicago. Serving foods such as ribs, chicken, steak, and mouth watering sides, you will definitely get your money’s worth.
The city of Chicago has plenty of places to enjoy food with the family, but these were three of my favorite choices over the years. Explore more restaurants using online tools such as Yelp.com and be sure to follow me on Twitter for more on Chicago Dining.