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These Pumpkin Pancakes Use Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

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These Pumpkin Pancakes Use Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
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InStyle

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http://www.instyle.com/recipes/pumpkin-pancakes-thanksgiving-leftovers-recipe
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LINDSAY DOLAK

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26 FOOD EXPERIENCES YOU NEED TO HAVE IN CHICAGO BEFORE YOU DIE

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26 FOOD EXPERIENCES YOU NEED TO HAVE IN CHICAGO BEFORE YOU DIE
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Matador Network

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http://matadornetwork.com/trips/26-food-experiences-need-chicago-die/
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NYCOLE HAMPTON

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Where To Eat In Streeterville

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Where To Eat In Streeterville
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Infatuation

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Sam Faye

Streeterville can sometimes be the forgotten neighborhood downtown, especially with the emergence of River North and the West Loop as hot spots for restaurant life. Unless you live or work in Streeterville, you might think of it like we do - that neighborhood between Michigan Avenue and Navy Pier devoid of public transportation and full of hotels, wandering tourists, and hospitals. But there are still plenty of reasons to find your way over here, and you can always get great food. Here's where to eat in Streeterville.

12 RESTAURANTS NEAR NAVY PIER THAT DON'T SUCK

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12 RESTAURANTS NEAR NAVY PIER THAT DON'T SUCK
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Thrillist

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https://www.thrillist.com/eat/chicago/best-navy-pier-restaurants-the-12-coolest-places-to-eat
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KAILLEY LINDMAN

Despite its iconic Ferris wheel and Instagrammable city views, Navy Pier has acquired a bad reputation among Chicagoans as little more than an overhyped tourist trap with a serious lack of good eats. However, between a recent Navy Pier food renaissance and the continued growth of nearby neighborhoods, the area is slowly shifting from avoid-at-all-costs hellscape to culinary hotbed.

Sure, it still has a long way to go, but there are plenty of restaurants worth visiting right now, provided you know where to look -- and, luckily for you, we do.