Best Soups In Chicago

October 5, 2010 10:52 PM

Best Soup In Chicago

Best Soup In Chicago

Soup is something that has been part our diet since 6,000 B.C. Gone are the days of the homemade soup for many of us on the go, at work, or at school. What is it that you crave? Do you need a little “chicken soup for the soul”? What about a good French onion soup, or just something that tastes homemade, like the soup that Mom used to cook up?

Whether you are feeling under the weather, need to warm up on a cold Chicago winter day, or just have a love for soup, check out this list of some of our favorites.

Soup Box



2943 N. Broadway Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657

If soup is your weak spot, then the Soupbox is where you need to be. Their soups are prepared fresh everyday and made from scratch, healthy, with over 64 different soups on the menu. If you are still hungry, your meal comes with fresh baked Italian bread. Can’t warm up? Have a cold? Just a craving for Soup? Soupbox is your best bet.

Cozy Noodles


Cozy Noodles & Rice

3456 N. Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657

Whether you are looking for a quick bite to eat before the game, or a night in Cozy Noodle has you covered. The walls of Cozy Noodle in Wrigleyville are filled with interesting décor. Whether it is street signs, toys, or trinkets, Cozy Noodle is different. What is also different is the prices and selection. Cozy Rice Soup, Tom Yum, and Tom Kar are just some of the featured soups to go along with a great Thai meal that will definitely not break the bank.

Capt'n Nemos


Capt’n Nemo’s Sub and Soups

3650 N. Ashland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60613

The focus may be on sub sandwiches at this shop, but the soup is the best. Located near Wrigley Field, Capt’n Nemo’s is the place to be for a warm cup of soup after an early April Cubs game at Wrigley Field. The soups are so popular, they have been selected as the “Soup-Nice-Guy” by Fox-TV, and are packaged and available frozen in Jewel-Osco locations throughout the Chicago Area.

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