The only focus for Mexico will be soccer, soccer and more soccer.
L’ Patron, a new, Logan Square taco joint, is more than “just another Mexican restaurant” in a neighborhood filled with them — it’s amazing.
Tortas are more than just Mexican versions of sandwiches at these five restaurants in Chicago.
Forget a regular margarita on the rocks, Chicago’s best Mexican restaurants are mixing things up and offering unique and interesting flavor combinations on their margarita menus.
Chicago is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country. Large populations of first and second generation nationalities call the Windy City home and continue to celebrate many of their home country’s traditions. And while the common denominator of each celebration is the gathering of family and friends, the similarities end there. Traditional ethnic food and special ceremonies vary greatly.
Logan Square is filled with amazing restaurants – many of them Mexican. Here’s a guide that details the best of the best. Why don’t you chime in with your opinion, tell us what the author left out!
U.S. Customs officials in Chicago have discovered that a Mexican figurine that was set to be shipped to Canada was actually a 2,000-year-old pre-Columbian artifact.
‘Bienvenidos’ to Little Village, a West Side neighborhood offering visitors a gateway into authentic Mexican culture with a family-friendly twist. It all begins west of California Ave. at 26th Street.
There are a variety of delicious Mexican restaurants around the city of Chicago. Here are a few suggestions: