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The Chicago Diner

A Chicago vegetarian institution since 1983

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A Quick Tip by movieguyjon

  • Dec 2, 2009
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Went to Chicago Diner on my birthday and they made me a shake that I came up with on the spot. I feel like I would enjoy a normal meal there
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Quick Tip by . December 02, 2009
Love this place whether I'm veg or not! A must visit when I'm in Chicago.
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The Chicago Diner is a vegetarian restaurant located on Chicago's north side. It is located in the Lakeview neighborhood on Halsted Street. Opened in 1983 by Mickey Hornick and Jo Kauchner, the diner offers all-American style menu items that are strictly vegetarian, and most are suitable for vegans as well. Almost any non-vegan item can be made with vegan substitutions. A few items, such as omelettes, cannot be made vegan. Many of the menu items include faux meat made from seitan or tofu. There are also raw food choices, organic beer and wine, and vegan wines. Several varieties of the Diner's vegan desserts are on sale at Whole Foods locations around the city.

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Address: 3411 N. Halsted St. Chicago Illinois 60657
Phone: 773-935-6696
Hours: Mon-Thu 11am-10pm; Fri 11am-10:30pm; Sun 10am-1
Cuisine: vegan, health food
Attire: casual
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