As Illinois restaurants are still closed for dine-in seating (until May 30), there are still ways we can get food from Chicago’s iconic spots. Many of our favorites are still offering delivery and takeout so you can still get your guilty pleasures.
If you are looking for a slice of deep dish, Giordano’s is your spot. They are offering delivery and pick up of their iconic stuffed deep-dish pizza.
1531 N Damen Ave | 3640 N Clark St
Delivery and curbside pickup is available at both of Big Star’s locations. Stop by for their classics and custom beverage packages.
If you are craving a steak, Gibson’s is your place. They offer delicious filets, sirloins and strips.
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678 N Orleans St
The Green Door Tavern has been open for over 100 years and is definitely a Chicago staple. Order classics like burgers, sandwiches, fries, and appetizers.
17 W Adams St
Opened during times of prohibition, The Berghoff was the first Chicago spot to get its liquor license and is serving traditional German meals.
565 W Jackson Blvd
Normally, when you go to Lou Mitchell’s, you’re offered a Milk Dud upon arrival. For now, you can order takeout of your favorite diner meals.
Open for takeout and delivery, Al’s has been serving Chicago’s favorite Italian Beef for over 80 years. There is no better spot for Italian beef in the city.
Since Chicagoans can’t get enough deep dish we included another favorite deep dish spot. Lou Malnati’s is offering delivery and takeout of its famous pizzas.
9233 S Western Ave
What’s better than a colorful ice cream cone? The Original Rainbow Cone is offering some of its most popular items for takeout and delivery.
7055 W Archer Ave
If you have a sweet tooth, then you have to stop at Weber’s Bakery. They are still open for business and are also offering curbside delivery.