• Chicago’s Best New Restaurants


    One year, 317 meals, 61 contenders—and a final list of 17 new places making Chicago a world-class dining city.

    By Carly Boers, Penny Pollack, Jeff Ruby, and Carrie Schedler

    Photo by Anna Knott

    Photo by Anna Knott

    Anyone who’s into Korean barbecue will likely remain loyal to his go- to place. But Gogi, the brainchild of a former rock promoter named Pete Cho and his mother, Stella, entered the debate with a friendly, modern approach that eclipses the usual surly grease traps.

    Whether you stick to top-notch fried mandoo (dumplings) and a flavorful homemade kimchi jjigae (fermented cabbage, tofu, and pork stew)—or seek adventures involving spicy pork spine, Gogi brings its A-game. And the caramelized galbi (marinated short ribs) cooked on a tabletop charcoal pit, run circles around the stuff at San Soo Gab San or any other K-barbecue spot to which you stubbornly cling.

    Perfect for: Packs of ravenous carnivores

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    You can now order delivery or carry out online from Eat Street! We deliver within a four mile radius!

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6240 N. California Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60659

Located in the West Rogers Park neighborhood, in between Peterson and Devon.

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