http://HotDogStories.com Spalla’s in Natick is THE place to go if you’re looking for authentic Chicago hot dogs west of Boston. They have real Vienna Beef products and their own home-made Italian Beef. If you want the Chicago Hot Dog or Chicago Italian Beef experience in Boston, Spalla’s fits the bill to a tee.
Chicago’s Gold Coast. A neighborhood filled with historic mansions, exotic cars and remarkable shopping. It’s also home to some of the city’s finest restaurants. In our latest video segment, we visit three of these neighborhood gems.
Our stops include the iconic Pump Room where we learn about the restaurant’s history and how they are reinventing a landmark; newcomer La Storia which offers a fresh take on Italian; and Jellyfish to sample a selection of their Pan-Asian offerings. Video Rating: / 5
http://www.lafondadelgusto.com Chicago mexican restaurants are plentiful, but finding a restaurant with the old world mexican flavor is hard to find until now. Join us at La fonda Del Gusto at 1408 W. Milwaukee in chicago’s bucktown area.
Bella Notte Ristorante Chicago Reviews, a good pasta restaurant.
1374 West Grand Avenue
If you are looking for great Italian food at reasonable prices you need to go to Bella Notte.
A staple and one of the best in Chicago.
Whether dining in or picking up Bella Notte is consistently one of the best.
A small family owned beautiful, romantic restaurant where the owner (Ramon) is always there and who genuinely cares about your dining experience. Not like your chain want to be’s.
Great food, great service at great prices.
Great place to go before Bulls and Hawks games as well as date night, business meetings or just for a boys night out.
Well worth it……
Welcome to Bella Notte, located just west of downtown Chicago, Bella Notte specializes in fine Italian Cuisine. Home-Made Pastas and our award winning Veal chops. Whatever your taste buds may crave.
Bella Notte is a family-owned restaurant and has served fine Italian cuisine since August 1995. Head Chef Ramon Aguirre, rated Best Chef by Chicago Magazine in 1995, oversees the preparation of every dish.