Healthy Eating In Chicago

Healthy Eating In Chicago

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For those nights when you want to eat something a little bit healthy, here's where to enjoy some greens, a big salad, or a nice piece of fish in Chicago.

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    Great spot to grab a cheap lunch from some awesome vendors. Tacos, sausages, empanadas, fresh doughnuts, cheeses and more... Chicago's coolest farmer's market. -- Evan via Foursquare
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    This refined 104-seat sushi restaurant has nigiri, sashimi, maki and specialty rolls like the banana roll for dessert and the special veggie roll. As well as a full bar and a quick takeout counter. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Check out Primary night club at 5 w.division after dinner. State of art sound and 30' led wall. Only the best in house music -- Derek Specs via Foursquare
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    It's not the easiest spot to get to, but it's sure worth the drive. The award winning fishery, which has been around since the late forties, is known for its fish smoked in a natural wood smokehouse. -- The Feast via Foursquare
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    All the rolls looked amazing and were. I liked the chicago roll and Motown effect. Byob too. The Robata grill was pretty good too. Very cheap good food -- Jackie Frederick via Foursquare
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    Here, it’s an Italian-style aperitivo hour. What could be happier than a less-than-$20 meal of Cava and dainty toasts topped with salmon and figs? -- PureWow via Foursquare
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    Visit this new haven for "cheese, swine & wine," delivering said goods in a wine bar-meets-butcher shop space with marble countertops and wine barrels jutting out from the wall. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Oxtail Ramen: Mushrooms, crispy tofu, Napa cabbage, ginger, grilled tomato, parmesan, and slow-cooked, fallen-off-the-bone oxtail meat. A nice melody of diverse textures and big flavors. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Fruits, veggies and more, oh my! A summer (and year-round) farmers' market staple in the city. Arrive early and bring an appetite for some of the unique market finds. -- Time Out Chicago via Foursquare
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    Best sushi, best BYOB and best waiter ever! The Angry Salmon and Hamachi carpaccio will blow your socks off and Please ask for Devin on the weekends, he is by far the best waiter! -- Michelle Fierro via Foursquare
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    Sunda is doing an East-only a la carte menu with 1) tempura French toast with fresh berries, brown sugar-glazed bananas, and whipped cream, 2) a salmon wrap, and 3) petite NY steak and eggs. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Super vegan/vegetarian friendly. Be sure to use the white stick to add tofu to your stirfry and the dark red so they cook it seperately from the dead animals. -- Randy Dickinson via Foursquare
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