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The Best Food and Drink in Chicago’s South Loop

Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood is an extremely vibrant part of town that has been booming with new residential housing over the last 12 years.  It is also a huge tourist area consisting of the iconic Grant Park, Museum Campus (Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium), Soldier Field and Northerly Island.  Since there is so much to entertain in this neighborhood,

7 Awesome Spanish Restaurants to Try in Chicago

Hola, mis amigos!  Do you have an affinity or a deep-seated love for a particular country, its culture, and food?  I have!  Spain has been in my soul, if not my bloodline, since as far back as I can remember.  Growing up in New York City, I was surrounded by a large population of Spanish-speaking people from various Latin countries including

11 Great Chicago Eats You Can Reach By Transit

Whether or not you believe in man-made climate change, we can all agree that our cities are terribly polluted.  Chicago is no exception.  Luckily, there is a very simply way you can reach a plethora of great Chicago eats and help save the environment at the same time.  Use our local mass transit!  I never tire of saying it and I

12 Great Chicago Eats Representing 5 Continents To Try

One of the best perks of living in a melting pot like Chicago is the diversity of cuisine.  In the last 30 days alone, I enjoyed some great Chicago eats across 9 neighborhoods which represent 5 continents.  That’s impressive.  So, if you cannot plan a trip out-of-town or abroad, here are some restaurants and cafes that can offer you a

How to Eat in Chicago and Save the Planet.

If you have been here before, welcome back!  It’s nice to see you again.  If you are a first time visitor, stay a while and take a look around.  Feeding Off The Rails is here to take the guess-work out of how to eat in Chicago and save the planet.  Get ready to hit the rails!     Chicago has