Summer Eating List: These are the new Chicago restaurants for you to try this season

Maddon’s Post. You need not be a Cubs fan — nor a ticket holder — to enjoy this Polish-inflected Italian restaurant, located directly beneath the Cubs’ business offices at the corner of Clark Street and Waveland Avenue. The latest Chicago restaurant to join the open-hearth trend, Maddon’s Post will feature pizzas, ribs and sausage platters (no sausage-in-bun dishes; those are for inside the ballpark), along with filled pastas, including ravioli. The concept features Cubs manager Joe Maddon and Spiaggia’s Tony Mantuano, though executive chef Aaron Thebault will handle the day-to-day operation.



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