Chicago's on Colfax is good , put it's second best to Chicago Jim's in Littleton . Jim's Italian Beef is the best I've ever including my time spent in Chicago . He's also got great Chicago Dogs and the best Reueben and Pastrami sandwich I've ever tasted ,get it on the Marble Rye if you come with a friend get his Sweat Heat Buffalo WIngs as a starter there amazing the sauce is delicious and the meat is so tender it falls of the bone . I came in there for the first time 3 years ago and now I make it a point to come in 1-3 times a week .. Trust me you'll never have sandiwchs like this anywhere else
Best Taste of the
Windy City - 2007
Stepping into Chicago the restaurant is like stepping into Chicago the city, thanks to decor dominated by case after case of colorful memorabilia devoted to the Bears, White Sox, Black Hawks and, yes, even the Cubs. Indeed, placards on the tables list significant events that have taken place since 1908 -- when the Cubs last won the World Series -- including the invention of television, which has allowed the team's fans to watch their beloved Cubs lose from the comfort of their own homes. But it's worth venturing out to taste Chicago's tasty ballpark fare, which is more than a match for the ambience. Those who dare to order a hot dog not served Chicago style should expect a side of good-natured attitude at no additional charge. To paraphrase Sean Connery in The Untouchables, that's the Chicago way.