11 "Spanish" Restaurants in Chicago.
Income Tax is a restaurant and wine bar in Edgewater serving excellent upscale small plates.
Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba is a tapas restaurant that's been around for a long time. It's ideal for a lot of occasions.
This is a case of tapas done right. Head to Emilio’s for some authentic Spanish eats, and maybe a bunch of drinks.
Beatnik is a restaurant and cocktail lounge in West Town serving average food in a beautiful environment.
Good food, but the crowd doesn't match the place. If you're cool with a weird atmosphere, the food won't disappoint.
Salero doesn't execute well enough for its caliber of cuisine. There are too many other good restaurants in the West Loop to justify spending top dollar here.
Hidden below Diversey, MFK is a great place for seafood and pretending you’re on the coast of Spain.
Gideon Sweet serves global small plates in the West Loop. Some of them are pretty good.