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The Hot List

For November 2016

10 places everyone’s talking about and dining at
(in order of heat)

1Revival Food Hall

All 14 food counters are perpetually jammed. Take that, Eataly!
125 S. Clark St. Website
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Revival Food Hall Photo: Anna Knott

2Giant

Thanks to Jason Vincent, small plates are all the rage—again.
3209 W. Armitage Ave., 773-252-0997 Website
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Giant Photo: Jeff Marini
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3GT Prime

Living proof: Even steakhouse fare in small portions is trending.
707 N. Wells St., 312-600-6305 Website
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GT Prime Photo: Anthony Tahlier

4Jollibee

Hot dogs in spaghetti sauce hit the local sweet spot every time.
3534 W. Touhy Ave., Skokie, 847-674-3900 Website
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Jollibee Photo: Mike Isaacs/Pioneer Press
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5Boleo

Argentine street food beneath an all-season retractable roof.
122 W. Monroe St., 312-750-9007 Website
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Boleo Photo: David Szymanski

6El Che Bar

Want more Argentine fare? John Manion is all over it in the West Loop.
845 W. Washington Blvd., 312-265-1130 Website
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El Che Bar Photo: Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune
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7Jade Court

Eddie Cheung, 20-year partner at Phoenix, moves his woks to Little Italy.
626 S. Racine Ave., 312-929-4828 Website
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Jade Court Photo: Courtesy of Jade Court

8The Little Beet Table

“Smart” food on the Gold Coast means 100 percent gluten-free.
845 N. State St., 312-549-8600 Website
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The Little Beet Table Photo: Courtesy of The Little Beet Table

9Lone Star BBQ Bar

Using post oak wood in the smoker here places Dunning smack-dab into the Chicago ’cue ring.
3350 N. Harlem Ave., 773-887-4002 Website
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Lone Star BBQ Bar Photo: Courtesy of Lone Star BBQ Bar

10Mama’s Boy

Alex Dana has more twists on Italian food than a pound of rotini.
445 N. Dearborn St., 312-832-7700 Website
Mama’s Boy Photo: Courtesy of Mama’s Boy
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