One of Chicago’s strongest dining neighborhoods keeps getting better
It doesn’t get much hipper than Logan Square. In addition to seeing big-time rises in restaurants and bars in recent years, this neighborhood teems with tree-lined boulevards and a bustling and creative restaurant and bar scene. Milwaukee Avenue in particular has become a major artery for quality food and drink. While there’s no shortage of coffee shops, Logan Square is about more than caffeine. Here are Eater Chicago’s best best for eat and drink in one of Chicago’s most interesting dining destinations.
Testaccio Chicago 2456 N California Ave, Chicago, IL 60647, (773) 661-6028, Visit Website A Roman-inspired retreat from restaurateur Aldo Zaninotto (Osteria Langhe), Testaccio whisks diners into a world of regional Italian delights with influences from Greek, Malta, Turkey, and Morocco. Ownership is at work on the hotly anticipated Soif Wine Lounge slated to open this spring in a basement space with French and Italian natural wines, cocktails, and small plates. Zaninotto also aims to unleash an Italian street food truck called Pizzica during the summer.