1 / 10 COCELLO If at first (or second) you don’t succeed—Dillman’s Old World Delicatessen, Dillman’s American Brasserie—try Italian. 354 W. Hubbard St., 312-888-9195Photo: Courtesy of Cocello 2 / 10 TÊTE CHARCUTERIE Proof that you can put pig’s blood on a Randolph Street menu and the people will come. 1114 W. Randolph St., 312-733-1178 Related: Read all about the meat-centric restaurant here.Photo: Courtesy of Tête Charcuterie 3 / 10 MIRAI SUSHI Miae Lim’s Gold Coast spinoff has so few seats it’s crowded by virtue of existing. 990 N. Mies Van Der Rohe Way, 312-280-9100Photo: Courtesy of Mirai Sushi 4 / 10 CHENGDU IMPRESSION When it comes to incredibly spicy Chinese food, Lincoln Parkers now have full bragging rights. 2545 N. Halsted St., 773-477-6256Photo: Courtesy of Chengdu Impression 5 / 10 CELLAR DOOR PROVISIONS Those selfish foodies in Logan Square run the Cellar out of croissants before noon. 3025 W. Diversey Ave., 773-697-8337Photo: Courtesy of Cellar Door Provisions 6 / 10 THE WINCHESTER The meatloaf at the faceless cream-colored brick building vaults this Ukie Village newbie to red carpet status. 1001 N. Winchester Ave., 773-698-8703 Related: Find out why this restaurant came in at No. 9 on our Best New Restaurants list.Photo: Clayton Hauck 7 / 10 YUM CHA Mariano’s must adore its new Lakeshore East neighbor. Nearly every YC diner buys some groceries to get validated parking. 333 E. Randolph St., 312-946-8885Photo: Courtesy of Yum Cha 8 / 10 LEGHORN CHICKEN Talk about food porn: Monday is fried chicken skins day. 959 N. Western Ave., 773-394-4444Photo: Potluck Creative 9 / 10 NICO OSTERIA Trending soon at a restaurant near you: autostrada sandwiches (think panini). All because Nico serves them for lunch. Thompson Hotel, 1015 N. Rush St., 312-994-7100 Related: Read more about one of Chicago’s best new bars.Photo: John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune 10 / 10 BOKA After 11 years, Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz changed everything but the name and the popularity of their first venture. 1729 N. Halsted St., 312-337-6070Photo: John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune The 10 Hottest Restaurants in Chicago Right Now Boka, Mirai Sushi, The Winchester, and more places everyone wants to try in June. By Penny Pollack June 17, 2014, 12:41 pm Related Content June 2014 Liquid Hot List May 2014 Hot List Best New Restaurants 2014 Click the thumbnails below to launch the gallery.