In 1934 the ‘lady in red’ betrayed gangster John Dillinger at this theater, which used to show movies. FBI agents shot him in the alley...
Long, narrow and high volume, this veteran blues club draws a slightly older crowd that soaks up every crackling, electrified moment. As...
Neighborhood folks dig the falafel sandwiches, spinach pies and other quality Middle Eastern fare at family-run Sultan's Market. The...
2534 N Clark St · interesting places nearby
Aloha Eats information
From musubis (rice rolls wrapped in seaweed) to saimin (egg noodle soup) to katsus (breaded cutlets), it’s all about whopping portions of Hawaiian food here. Spam, aka ‘the Hawaiian steak,’ is the main ingredient in many dishes, including the popular Loco Moco (meat, fried eggs and brown gravy atop rice). Macaroni or fries always arrive on the side.
The massive menu includes several tofu and fish options for those watching their girlish figures. The bright-yellow interior and island dishes soothe especially well in winter.