Chicago Restaurants near St Mary of the Angels Church

Our list of the best food near St Mary of the Angels Church. Our top pick: Smoke Daddy.
Touring Chicago? Consider our list of places to eat near Lincoln Park Zoo, Metro, Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
  • St Mary of the Angels Church

    St Mary of the Angels Church

    1850 N Hermitage Ave
    Masses M-F 7AM & 5:30PM, Sa 8AM &5PM, Su 8AM, 9:30AM Polish, 11AM, 12:30PM Spanish, 7:15PM; church hours M-F 8AM-4PM, Sa 8AM-6:30PM, Su 8AM-8:30PM. One of the city's most beautiful churches, this classic Polish Cathedral is now administered by the priests of the Opus Dei order of Catholicism.
    Lincoln Park food nearby
  • Smoke Daddy

    Smoke Daddy

    1804 W Division St
    Su-W 11:30AM-11PM, Th-Sa 11:30AM-1AM. $12-24. Jazz, swing, bluegrass and BBQ on Division. Smoke Daddy has live music seven nights a week, with big sandwiches and huge rib platters. They offer a BBQ Veggie sandwich if you're trying to coerce a vegetarian friend to come along.
    West Town
  • Bongo Room

    Bongo Room

    1470 N Milwaukee Ave
    M-F 8AM-2:30PM, Sa-Su 9AM-2PM. Great breakfast, with two stars: the design-your-own omelets and the big, delicious praline banana pancakes.
    West Town
  • Penny's Noodle Shop

    Penny's Noodle Shop

    1542 N Damen Ave
    Su, Tu-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-10:30PM, M closed. $6-8. Excellent Southeast Asian dishes and cheap for such large portions.
    West Town
  • Double Door

    Double Door

    1572 N Milwaukee Ave
    M-F 8PM-2AM, Sa 8PM-3AM. $3-20. No music venue in Chicago has a better location than the Double Door, right at the six corners of Wicker Park and the Damen train stop. The sound system is good, too. It's run by the owners of the Metro in Lakeview, which means that the roster of bands can seem like the Metro's leftovers — jam bands, local bands, and the occasional 90s alt-rock refugee.
    West Town
  • The Hideout

    The Hideout

    1354 W Wabansia Ave
    Tu 7PM-2AM, W-F 4PM-2AM, Sa 7PM-3AM. One of the finest drinking and hollering establishments in the U.S., the Hideout hosts the best in alt-folk, bluegrass, Americana and just plain hillbilly music. The place is a bit hard to find, hidden as it is next to the city's main north-side refueling station for garbage trucks, but it's more than worth the trouble. Of special interest to old-timey fans is the regular Tuesday night appearance of Devil in a Woodpile.
    Lincoln Park
  • Subterranean

    Subterranean

    2011 W North Ave
    M 7PM-2AM, Tu-F 6PM-2AM, Sa 7PM-3AM, Su 8PM-2AM. Cover usually $5. A laid-back club with diverse music and crowd. DJs spin in the lounge and indie rock appears in the Cabaret. Drinks are worth the price, and there's a bonus: once you stumble outside, you're surrounded by great after-hours dive eateries.
    West Town
  • Piece Brewery & Pizzeria

    Piece Brewery & Pizzeria

    1927 W North Ave
    M-Th 11:30AM-1:30AM, F 11:30AM-2AM, Sa 11AM-3AM, Su 11AM-1AM. Thin-crust pizza and micro-brews. Live music most Fridays, karaoke on Thursdays at 9PM, and a recent sensation — live band karaoke on Saturdays at 11PM. The kitchen usually isn't open past 11:30PM or so, though.
    West Town
  • WhirlyBall

    WhirlyBall

    1880 W Fullerton Ave
    M-F 10AM-2AM, Sa noon-3AM, Su noon-2AM. Walk-ins $10 for 30 minutes (minimum four people) for whirlyball, $6 per person per 15 minutes for laser tag. An entertainment center with two fine ways to burn off steam: the title game, which adds the bumper cars that Native Americans always meant lacrosse to have, and laser tag. Packages are available with beer and bar food.
    Lincoln Park
  • Le Bouchon

    Le Bouchon

    1958 N Damen Ave
    Lunch M-Sa 11:30AM-2:30PM, dinner M-Th 5:30PM-10PM, F-Sa 5PM-11PM, Su closed. $22. In Bucktown. Small, funky bistro with a limited but excellent menu of standard French fare. For peak dining hours you will need a reservation. Reasonably priced. Monday is 1/2-price wine night, and on Tuesday the entire menu is prix fixe – your choice of appetizer, main course, and dessert for
    Lincoln Park
  • Webster's Wine Bar

    Webster's Wine Bar

    1480 W Webster Ave
    M-F 5PM-2AM, Sa 4PM-3AM, Su 4PM-2AM. Webster's has wine tastings/classes twice a month, and all of the expertise to satisfy a sophisticate.
    Lincoln Park
  • Big Star

    Big Star

    1531 N Damen
    Tacos, Whiskey, Hillbilly Music...sounds like Heaven.
    West Town
  • Feast

    Feast

    1616 N Damen Ave
    Feast serves up classy cocktails and casual cuisine. We offer extensive menu selections for any and every appetite: Gluten-free, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Desserts, Kid’s Menu and an amazing Wine Selection.
    Lincoln Park
  • Subterranean

    Subterranean

    2011 W North Ave
    M 7PM-2AM, Tu-F 6PM-2AM, Sa 7PM-3AM, Su 8PM-2AM. Cover usually $5. A laid-back club with diverse music and crowd. DJs spin in the lounge and indie rock appears in the Cabaret. Drinks are worth the price, and there's a bonus: once you stumble outside, you're surrounded by great after-hours dive eateries.
    West Town
  • Club Lucky

    Club Lucky

    1824 W Wabansia Ave
    Club Lucky is a casual Italian neighborhood restaurant that is considered by many as a Chicago icon.
    Lincoln Park
  • Prasino

    Prasino

    1846 W. Division St.
    A sophisticated, sustainably-minded, eco-friendly restaurant. For more information you can visit our website at www.prasino.com. From our family to yours, "Eat Green, Live Well."
    West Town
  • Sprout

    Sprout

    1417 W. Fullerton Ave.
    Sprout marks the return of "Top Chef" runner-up Dale Levitski to the head of a Chicago kitchen. As Executive Chef of Sprout, Levitski crafts a French-American prix-fixe bistro menu in the kitchen. Follow us on Twitter: @SproutChi http://ow.ly/2eB2w
    Lincoln Park
  • Charleston

    Charleston

    2076 N Hoyne Ave
    M-F 3PM-2AM, Sa-Su 2PM-2AM. An old-time Bucktown joint with a big selection of reasonably priced beer and an impressive antique wood bar. There's a Jazz Jam every Tuesday night, and rock/folk/jazz shows most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
    Lincoln Park
  • Green Dolphin Street

    Green Dolphin Street

    2200 N Ashland Ave
    Formerly a swanky jazz venue, this out-of-the-way club is now open only on Mondays for their highly reputed house music night, Boom Boom Room. Be sure to call ahead (or use their website) for a place on the guest list.
    Lincoln Park
  • Violet Hour

    Violet Hour

    1520 N Damen Ave
    Su-F 6PM-2AM, Sa 6PM-3AM. Named after a line in T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land, The Violet Hour is hidden away — there's no sign, and no name on the door. Inside, though, is a marvelous, decadent, Alice-in-Wonderland plus speakeasy vibe. It's a great place for a date. The cocktails are $11-12, but they won't disappoint — certified mixologists take up to four minutes to make them. And if you've never had a banana peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich deep fried and dusted with bacon crumbs, here's your chance.
    West Town
  • Antique Taco

    Antique Taco

    1360 N. Milwaukee Ave.
  • Taxim

    Taxim

    1558 N. Milwaukee Ave
    TAXIM Restaurant: DELICIOUS regional Greek cuisine, SUPERB Greek wine list, FABULOUS Byzantine ambiance, EXCELLENT service. GO EAT THERE! :D
    West Town
  • Irazu

    Irazu

    1865 N Milwaukee Ave
    Chicago's first and only Costa Rican Restaurant BYOB, Catering, Delivery, Veggie Friendly, Sunday Dining Room Rental Available
    Logan Square
  • The Bedford

    The Bedford

    1612 W. Division St
    Inspired by the Supper Club experience of a bygone era, The Bedford puts a modern-day twist on the concept by offering more than just a restaurant. Underground but not exclusive, this Wicker Park outpost offers a full nightlife experience without the formality. Come into the reclaimed landmark bank for a drink or small bite, and end up staying for a full meal, music and more. Sip on one of our sig
    West Town
  • Map Room

    Map Room

    1949 N Hoyne Ave
    M-F 6:30AM-2AM, Sa 7:30AM-3AM, Su 11AM-2AM. Their motto is "Don't be lost," but you may as well give in to their disorienting collection of exotic beers. Their tap selection is one of the more extensive in the city, with surprises for even the most jaded beer drinker: extensive draught and bottle menu, including a cask-conditioned selection, but occasionally unfriendly management.
    Lincoln Park
  • The Bristol

    The Bristol

    2152 N Damen Ave
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