From Philly donuts to Chicago's new restaurant row.

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Chicago's New Restaurant Row

West Randolph Street in Chicago’s West Loop has become a new home to the city’s culinary talents. Stephanie Izard first drew crowds cooking dishes like roasted pig face at Girl & the Goat (pictured). She recently opened Little Goat, a retro diner, across the street.

Graham Elliot Bowles keeps it simple at his casual g.e.b, where each dish has no more than three ingredients. On a more elegant note, the prix-fixe menu at Grace, from chef Curtis Duffy, features dishes such as kampachi with coconut, lime, basil, golden trout roe, and pomelo presented in a cylinder of frozen ginger water.

Photo by Huge Galdones. This appeared in the March/April 2013 issue.

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Girl & The Goat

809 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL, United States
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