This neighborhood gastropub built in a refurbished filling station formerly known as Young Augustine's is a neighborhood favorite for

The Cake Hag

An absolute destination for any self-respecting cake fiend. It's impossible to leave without a huge smile on your face and bag full of

Daddy D'z

The funky run-down shack is packed with crowds looking for 'cue. Blue collar, white collar and no collar at all — folks gather to dive

Dakota Blue

Located in one of Grant Park's few commercial strips, this affordable restaurant offers a tasty, simple brunch menu. Also: sidewalk din

El Progreso

Technically El Progreso #14, this tiny Mexican grocery store is the home of some surprisingly good grub. The bodega's modest dining are

Grant Central Pizza - Grant Park

Even the simplest of pizza pies at this laid-back neighborhood joint are worth the trip.

Grant Park Farmers Market

Greens, Popsicles, cooking classes — this market has got it. Held Sundays from late April through mid-December, the market makes its se

The Little Tart Bakeshop

The Little Tart Bakeshop is a French-inspired pastry shop located in Grant Park. Little Tart shares the space with Octane Coffee in the

Mi Barrio

Walking into this boxy restaurant is like being transported to Mexico in five seconds flat. Steamy, beef-filled gorditas and aromatic p

Nick's Food to Go

This tiny Greek gem is a complete family affair. Although there's no dining area - don't even try to eat inside or you'll get a fatherl

Octane Coffee and Little Tart Bakeshop

The Grant Park outpost of the Westside coffee compound provides caffeine for the bleary-eyed and Wi-Fi connections for keyboard command

Republic Social House

American bar fare and cheap drinks await you at this two-story watering hole across the street from historic Oakland Cemetery.

Ria's Bluebird

Wildly popular breakfast spot (that serves lunch, too), offering perfectly potent coffee, fluffy biscuits, and both creative dishes and

Six Feet Under - Grant Park

The paneled Southern seafood shack decor works (think wooden booths, long tables, a horseshoe bar). And so does the food. Shrimp, crab

Stone Soup Kitchen

Named after the folktale about community members coming together to help travelers make the tastiest soup imaginable out of simple rock

Tin Lizzy's Cantina

Tex-Mex, margaritas, and a bevy of taco options. Good rooftop patio.