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Al Chulo
Al Chulo
(36)
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Mexican | West Chicago, West Suburbs

Al Chulo is a favorite of ours. It's #1 on the list of restaurants we introduce our friends to, and it's at least as good as Bien Trucha and Toda Madre (and better, in my opinion). The staff is friendly and accommodating. The Al Arroz Verde was a huge hit, and the fish tacos are the best around. More

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Discover West Chicago

West Chicago, Illinois, is home to the West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve, which includes 358 acres of wetlands and upland oak savannas (1). The area boasts many family-owned and operated Mexican restaurants, which feature authentic dishes such as huachinango a la Veracruzana, caldo de mariscos and arroz negro. Many of these Mexican restaurants also have bakeries, and you could enjoy a morning breakfast of bold coffee paired with crepas de cajeta or arroz con leche. Weekend brunches are especially popular in this city, and many small diners offer specialty breakfast foods such as vegetarian omelets with scallions, mushrooms and red onions or three-meat omelets with ham, bacon and sausage. The community also has a collection of sports bars, where you could try local beers.

Discover West Chicago

West Chicago, Illinois, is home to the West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve, which includes 358 acres of wetlands and upland oak savannas (1). The area boasts many family-owned and operated Mexican restaurants, which feature authentic dishes such as huachinango a la Veracruzana, caldo de mariscos and arroz negro. Many of these Mexican restaurants also have bakeries, and you could enjoy a morning breakfast of bold coffee paired with crepas de cajeta or arroz con leche. Weekend brunches are especially popular in this city, and many small diners offer specialty breakfast foods such as vegetarian omelets with scallions, mushrooms and red onions or three-meat omelets with ham, bacon and sausage. The community also has a collection of sports bars, where you could try local beers.