In a restaurant scene that is constantly evolving, a meal at Calumet Fisheries is a reminder that some great things can last for decades. Head to this venerable shack on Chicago’s Southeast Side and order a garlicky, peppery salmon steak, which gets nice and smoky after a night in the smokehouse. You’ll also want to order the plump smoked shrimp and spread it all out onto your car’s trunk or on the railing of the bridge. It may look humble, but this is a gourmet Chicago meal that will satisfy all on its own. You’re also eating in view of the Calumet River and the 95th Street Bridge (best known for its Blues Brothers cameo), giving you something to ponder as you take another bite. 3295 E. 95th St., East Side