The Italian Village, which proclaims itself Chicago’s oldest Italian restaurant, has reopened for dine in service.
A third generation family-owned business operating since 1927, it has managed to stay open during these difficult times where other eateries have closed down.
It was refreshing on a recent visit to enjoy their meat lasagna in the ambiance of the dining room, which is styled in traditional Italian motifs. Eating beneath a heated tent out on the sidewalk was just not the same.
The Italian Village is located at 71 W. Monroe.
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