Cesar's Restaurant Chicago

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This restaurant is as vibrant as the mega “Home of the Killer Margaritas” neon sign that welcomes guests above the restaurant doors. With an expansive list of homemade margarita concoctions coupled with delicious, authentic Mexican food, Cesar’s Restaurant is a fiesta of flavor.

I first tried Cesar’s on a whim – having picked this spot as a spur-of-the-moment dining decision after being defeated by the wait time of other downtown restaurants – and I have never looked back. The restaurant spans three rooms wide, offering ample seating space to accommodate all those drawn in by the flashy lights of the signs. Visitors enticed by the sign’s claims can expect to be appeased – the restaurant offers a robust list of margarita flavors, all of which pack a punch of flavor. When it comes to deciding on a flavor, it’s hard to choose just one (which is probably why I end up ordering 2-3). It’s important to note, however, that these tropical drinks are poured to the brim in massive glasses, making the challenge to try all flavors a long-term goal. Nevertheless, I’ve tried my fair share and have deemed Guava and Blue Curacao my favorite margarita flavors ($12).

Regardless of the flavor, every margarita offered pairs perfectly with the delicious, authentic Mexican food served at Cesar’s. With a complimentary bowl of soup to balance out the chilled temperatures of a tasty margarita, this spot is a perfect place to visit any time of the year.

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Sydney from Chicago

Sydney Epstein photo

I cherish my city for the excitement and opportunities it provides me.

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Details about this spot



2924 N Broadway St, Chicago

Telephone number


Opening Times

Sun - Wed 11:00 - 22:00, Thu - Sat 11:00 - 23:00


Chicken fajitas: USD 15


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