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Daddy D'z

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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 into plates piled high with sweet, savory barbecue (beef, pork, ribs and chicken) and traditional sides.
Dakota Blue

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

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German booze, spirits, and cuisine.

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Affordable, Pan-Asian noodle house serving noodle soups, stir-fries, salads and Dim Sum. Beer and wine available. Kid-friendly.
Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup

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Owners Mylinh Cao and her mother, Tham Mai, strive to bring a taste of Vietnam to downtown, and standard Vietnamese dishes -- such as pho and com -- abound. The bun dishes provide a refreshing spin on the average lunchtime salad -- chilled rice vermicelli noodles are loaded with your choice of meat or tofu, shallots, ground peanuts, crunchy shreds of lettuce, fresh herbs and a hacked-up fried spring roll. Sister restaurant Dua II Go next door offers fast takeout and delivery.
Dwarf House

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The original Chik-fil-A restaurant is open 24/6 (closed on the Sabbath) and serves an array of old-time diner grub, including biscuits and gravy, burgers and lemon icebox pie.
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