The first time you go to Feed, it’s for the novelty. The place, whose owner was behind Leo’s Lunchroom (R.I.P) and Bite, is the ultimate kitschy kitchen, with floor-to-ceiling chicken decor, including one of those old-school chicken machines (you know, drop a quarter, listen to the chicken cluck as it spits out a plastic egg with a prize inside). But the reason to go back is in the chicken: full, half or quarter all natural-rotisserie chicken so savory that you can’t believe your dinner will only cost you about $10. And you’ll never eat mac and cheese from a box again.
2803 West Chicago (773)489-4600
Best of Chicago 2007