Order the kalamata chicken from this half-century-old Greek restaurant and, for the price of a glass of wine at most Lincoln Park spots, you’ll get your own broiled and grilled half chicken, crisp-skinned and juicy, plus an ample side of thick Greek fries drenched in a jus of olive oil, red wine vinegar, oregano, and lemon — and did we mention the Greek salad and bread and butter? The dish’s most famous fan, Tina Fey, has directed numerous diners here, including David Letterman, who interviewed Chicago blues legend Buddy Guy at the restaurant over plates of the chicken. $13.50; 807 W. Webster Ave., Lincoln Park