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In photos: Chicago’s top 5 neighbourhood hangouts

Chicago may be a working-class town, but it’s also a place that fosters creativity, says celebrity chef Graham Elliot. Here, Elliot shares five of his favourite eateries that share this spirit

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Yusho: “It’s a supercool laid-back spot, where you can find creative cocktails and food that’s better than any of the top-rated restaurants in Chicago.”

Katrina Wittkamp

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Little Goat: “Little Goat is Stephanie Izard’s homage to the diner. ... It’s really whimsical.”

Hugh Galdones

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GT Fish and Oyster: “The bar is made out of surfboards and fishing sinkers hold the napkins. It’s a cool place to hang out.”

Eric Kleinberg

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Glazed and Infused: “They’re just a killer doughnut shop.”

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Pierrot Gourmet: “Pierrot Gourmet is in the Peninsula hotel. ... It’s really like a little French bistro or cafe.”

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