There’s Big Jones in Andersonville, a great place to get your fix of Southern and Cajun food, as well as Peals’ place — not recommended for those with no stomach for hot and spicy eatings.
Miss Lee’s Good Food is an aptly named spot that features highly praised fried chicken and homemade buttermilk pie.
In his spare time he enjoys homebrewing, rock climbing, and riding his vintage Schwinn bicycle after-hours on the 606.
Your first date: A party inside an abandoned warehouse where everyone in attendance seems jaded by abandoned warehouse parties.
But what about those who’ve got everything all mapped out except the date?
Well if you need a companion in hurry (without risking jail time) there’s Chicago First Dates, a speed-dating organization that puts together low cost opportunities to meet somebody special.
He spends his work days in a red-eyed, hungover stupor (last night at Moe’s was WICKED, brah!
First there’s Chicago Intercultural Explorers whose mission statement is to bring together folks who are “interested in cross-cultural, ethnic, or racial relations and relationships.” Their get-togethers boast a combination of events and open conversations on the topics related to mixed couples on the dating scene in the hopes of creating a dynamic cross-cultural exchange.
For those who like their fun a little more laced with danger and high volume, there are clubs like 8fifty8 in the West Loop area and Vertigo Sky Lounge near North Side.
And while loud, bass pumping hip-hop clubs are not always especially friendly to interracial couples, they can provide just what you’re seeking if you’re in the mood for adventure.
Nothing can make interracial dating in Chicago more fun that the tasty soul food the city is known is known for.
You won’t have a difficult time finding a trendy spot to introduce your significant other (or perhaps yourself) to the dazzling product of a different culture, but here are a few that stand out.