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THE ICONIC DINING LOCATIONS FROM THE BEAR IN CHICAGO

THE ICONIC DINING LOCATIONS FROM THE BEAR IN CHICAGO – FX’s The Bear has captivated audiences not just with its gripping storyline and dynamic characters, but also with its authentic portrayal of Chicago’s vibrant dining scene. For three enthralling seasons, the show has taken viewers on a delectable tour of Chicago and its suburbs, showcasing a plethora of top-notch restaurants and eateries. Each location tells a story of its own, reflecting the city’s rich culinary diversity.



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THE ICONIC DINING LOCATIONS FROM THE BEAR IN CHICAGO

As The Bear Season 3 has been released, we invite you to explore these iconic spots depicted or mentioned in the series.

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Superdawg Drive-In

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Step back in time at Superdawg Drive-In, a Chicago institution since 1948. Known for its iconic Chicago dogs served in retro-style boxes, Superdawg appears in the opening montage of Episode 7 in Season 1 and at a party in Episode 5 of Season 2. Don’t miss their rooftop mascots, Flaurie and Maurie, a nostalgic nod to the eatery’s storied past.

Chiu Quon Bakery

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Featured in the Season 3, episode 2, Chiu Quon Bakery is Chinatown’s oldest bakery, renowned for its delicious egg tarts and other Chinese-American delights. This spot is a must-visit for a taste of authentic Chinatown cuisine.

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Loaf Lounge

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Loaf Lounge, co-owned by baker Sarah Mispagel who consulted for The Bear, is where Marcus’ character learns to craft decadent chocolate cakes. The all-day café offers a variety of sandwiches, bread, and sweet treats.

Trogo Kitchen & Market

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Did you know the pilot episode of The Bear was filmed at Trogo Kitchen & Market? Nestled within the Green Exchange Building, it is a culinary destination offering curated food experiences for those seeking something unique. Trogo Kitchen & Market presents a variety of chef-driven dining options, guided by an exceptional culinary team.

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Longman & Eagle

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This Logan Square gem is featured in Season 3, Episode 4, where a memorable line about farm-fresh ingredients is delivered at a farmers market. Longman & Eagle is also celebrated for its Bib Gourmand-awarded cuisine.

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Gene & Jude’s

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Spotlighted in Episode 7’s montage, Gene & Jude’s has been serving its famous Depression Dogs topped with crispy French fries since 1946. This no-frills spot remains a beloved staple in the Chicago suburbs.

Pizza Lobo

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Sydney’s character savors a slice of pepperoni pizza from Pizza Lobo, emphasizing Chicago’s diverse pizza offerings beyond deep dish. This spot boasts large patios with fire pits and a year-round menu of hot and frozen cocktails.

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Margie’s Candies

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In Episode 3 of Season 2, titled “Sundae”, Sydney indulges in a treat from Margie’s Candies, a family-owned ice cream parlor since 1933, known for its sumptuous sundaes and banana splits.

Johnnie’s Beef

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In Episode 7, Johnnie’s Beef is highlighted for its classic Italian beef sandwiches topped with giardiniera. This suburban staple has been delighting fans with its hearty fare since 1961.

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The Bear not only provides a thrilling narrative but also offers a rich, mouth-watering tour of Chicago’s culinary landscape. Explore these beloved locations and experience the flavors that make Chicago’s dining scene so iconic.


Did you enjoy our article about the iconic dining locations from The Bear, in Chicago? Let us know in the comments which spots we might have missed, and happy dining! For more captivating tips, ideas, and inspiration, stay tuned to Dining Room Ideas.

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