54 "Small Plates" restaurants in Chicago.
Does eating at Sunda feel like eating in the club? Yes, but you don't have to love the ChampagnePapi lifestyle to love this restaurant.
The Delta is a Southern restaurant in Wicker Park specializing in hot tamales.
Gilt Bar is the rare River North spot that’s easy to get into, and also has great food. Prepare for a lot of meat, butter, and salt.
Marisol, in the Museum of Contemporary Art, serves delicious seasonal American food.
Purple Pig has been around awhile, but it's still a great small plates restaurant that makes for a fun night.
Daisies in Logan Square serves excellent housemade pasta that will make you want to eat your vegetables.
Mi Tocaya Antonjeria serves excellent upscale Mexican small plates in Logan Square.
TÉTE Charcuterie flys a bit under the radar, but it's a strong player in the West Loop. Eat charcuterie, but know they serve excellent veggie dishes.
Income Tax is a restaurant and wine bar in Edgewater serving excellent upscale small plates.
Cafe Marie-Jeanne is an all-day French cafe in Humboldt Park with a cozy, neighborhood feel.
Cold Storage is seafood bar attached to a steakhouse. Post up at the bar for oysters and other fresh fish.
Portsmith is an upscale seafood restaurant inside the Dana Hotel in River North.
Pacific Standard Time is a very large and busy River North restaurant serving California-inspired food.