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“Instead of fried foods, it’s chocolate,” he said.
But getting away from meat, eggs and dairy isn’t easy in a city whose history seems to be branded on the side of a cow.
Kudos to the cooks at Joey’s who take some joy in plating.
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“The weird flavors are just who we are,” she said. “It fills a need in me to do something creative.”
Parking can also be tricky, because the lot is small and fills up fast. Be patient or be willing to walk a short way and you’ll be fine.
“My brother and I have been here almost since the beginning, for eight years, and we’d never done lunch,” Bustamante said.
The best view in the city is at Vast, 333 W. Sheridan Ave., which will do two seatings for its special New Year’s Eve dinner.