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Eat and Drink Like a Mobster at These Chicago Hot Spots

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Tufano’s opened in the 1930s. Before the James Beard Foundation recognized this place for its stellar eggplant parmesan and fried calamari, it was Al Capone who sung its praises. According to CBS Chicago, Capone loved their cooking so much that he hired their chef to his personal staff.

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