Chicago is known the world over for a handful of local food favorites such as the italian beef sandwich, the Chicago dog (no ketchup!) and, of course, the Chicago-style deep dish pizza. During your time spent at O'Hare you can experience these old-time favorites, but also much more. Local chefs and restaurants have opened concessions within O'Hare to bring you the best of what our city has to offer.
Here are a few local spots you can check out along with the well-known faves.
Manny's Deli at Midway serves up Chicago's best corned beef sandwiches, potato pancakes and deli delights, just like the original. Whether it's freshly sliced corned beef, a ruben or potato pancakes and matzo ball soup, eat your Manny's treats in the exclusive seating area located next door at Halsted Street Tap or take it on the plane. Either way you slice it, it's just good food.
There is also a Manny's Express located near Gate B14
Just like the landmark original, Miller's Pub at Midway specializes in Miller's world famous ribs, pulled pork and juicy burgers. Other favorites include beer-battered codfish sandwiches and ice cold beers on tap. Catch your favorite game on multiple screens while enjoying a batch of famous wings, or relax with a top shelf cocktail before your flight.
Chicago Style Food including Chicago dogs, Italian beef, sandwiches for breakfast and Metropolis coffee. The first Gold Coast Dogs was open on January 14th 1985, since then we are serving nothing but the best hotdogs. Sincew then they've been keeping the Chicago style hot dog tradition alive. Gold Coast Dogs is the only official company who participate in special events such as Blues Fest and Taste of Chicago and are proud that they are the “Taste of Chicago,” literally.
A full service restaurant and bar, the energetic atmosphere of Harry Caray's Seventh Inning Stretch embodies the personality of the restaurant's namesake. Enjoy a tender steak, juicy Holy Cow burger, or what the Chicago Tribune called the city's best chicken vesuvio. Named for the late, renowned baseball announcer, Harry Caray's is a great place for a family to dine before boarding a plane, or those who would like a short respite while waiting for their flight.
For over 33 years "NUTS ON CLARK" has pioneered the nuts, candy and popcorn, caramelecorn and cheesecorn business, two blocks north of Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. Herbert Kenney founded it while Estelle, his wife, created the "NUTS ON CLARK" name, logo and store designs. The tradition continues as daughter, Carla, and son, Robert, continue the energy, creativity and pride of quality.
Reilly’s Daughter Irish Pub is your friendly neighborhood tavern located in the rear of the beautiful food court at Midway. Reilly’s has been a Southside of Chicago tradition since 1976. Reilly's Daughter does not have a kitchen, but provides drinks, stories and a great time.