Spice Bazaar is a dressed-up Xinjiang restaurant that pulls from the region’s rich ethnic and cultural heritage for decoration and inspiration. The flavors are not unfamiliar to anyone who has been to a less “designed” Xinjiang restaurant, though one could argue that the cooking here — the lamb and such — is done just a little bit better. The environment certainly is, making this a popular restaurant for dates and casual dinners with friends.
Latina is a mid-range South American-style churrascaria, or barbecue restaurant. You pay a flat rate for access to a salad bar and buffet and servers bearing large skewers of various grilled meats roam about to carve off portions for you.
Goose Island's 2-storey brewery, boasting 29 taps serving the Goose Island beers you've probably seen everywhere around town, it seems, as well as house-crafted brews. They've also got an "urban craft kitchen" rustling up grub like aged cuts of...
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