Portillo's, Chicago, Illinois

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Chicago, IL 60654

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(312) 587-8910

  • 2 mentions in Chicago must sees in 2-3 days? Hotels, restaurants, etc...

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...in the country. If you want Chicago style pizza, I'd suggest Lou Malnati's Pizzeria or for stuffed Giordano's Pizza. Hot dogs, Portillo's. For steaks my go to places are Morton's The Steakhouse and Wildfire. For seafood Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak..." See More

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...pizza, and if you're on the north side closer to Wrigley Field, The Art of Pizza might just be my favorite. Portillo's is another Chicago staple in River North where you can get a classic Chicago hot dog or beef sandwich..." See More

  • 1 mention in Girls food & wine trip?

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...a glass of wine or beer as your peruse. Shake Shack is right across the street for a quick bite or Portillo's is a Chicago staple a few blocks down. XOCOis a great place to get a really fantastic Rick Bayless..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun stuff

    • Kevin C.

      Kevin C. said, "...the Aquarium. Field Museum always has seasonal exhibits come through so you can look on their website (https://www.fieldmuseum.org/). For affordable lunches, Portillo's in River North is very family friendly and has a taste of all the best greasy Chicago food (Chicago..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 days in Chicago over July 4th weekend

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...in the world. For Chicago food staples, I would get a stuffed pizza form Giordano's and an Italian beef sandwich from Portillo's or Al's Beef. Asked for it to be dipped in the juice! The view from The Terrace at Trump..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Chicago?

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...Bar and Boeuf, The Purple Pig, Bohemian House, GT Fish & Oyster, Siena Tavern, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria for deep dish, and Portillo's for a classic Chicago hot dog or beef sandwich. Eataly Chicago, what I like to think of as an..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cheap but awesome places to go and see in the Chicago area

    • Tai Z.

      Tai Z. said, "...avoid the wait. Of course, no visit to Chicago is complete without a trip to one of the many locations of Portillo's, which serves the Chicago-style hot dog and some of the best fast-food burgers in the business...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best, most unique Chicago food--on a budget?

    • Sharon D.

      Sharon D. said, "... Portillo's for Italianbeef and hot dogs and chocolate cake. Al's BeeforAl's Beef for Italian beef Gino's East for Pizza (my fav for over 40 years) Miller's Pub a long time Chicago favorite for steaks and clubby atmosphere. Decent prices in the..." See More

  • 1 mention in One month to Travel the US- need itinerary help!

    • Will C.

      Will C. said, "...Cloud Gate tourist attractionsChicago Water Taxi to take you along the river. See the cityscape in the heart of the city Portillo's Buddy Guy's Legends for some blues musicEl Hefe Mexican Restaurant for a party on Sunday nightChicago Riverwalk newly created..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Chicago Hot Dog?

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...the best really but I will tell you that people who do like them have mentioned Gene's & Jude's, Superdawg and Portillo's. Since you live in Naperville, I'm going to assume that if you haven't been living in a cave..." See More

  • 1 mention in In Chicago in early May for one night only; suggestions?

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...dinner. For fancy food, I would say Perennial Virant, for deep dish pizza Giordano's, and for Italian beef or hot dogs Portillo's. Have fun!!..." See More