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Chicago is a hot dining destination, so be sure to make your reservations early if you want to experience some of the best restaurants while attending this year's NRA Show. Some of the country's best chefs and operators have opened buzzed-about new spots in the Windy City. This week, Restaurant Hospitality takes a look at 12 of the most notable.
110 E. Pearson St.
Chef Tony Mantuano of Spiaggia and Levy Restaurants have changed the nationality of the former Bistro 110 from French to Italian with Bar Toma, a wine bar, pizzeria, mozzarella bar, gelateria, bakery, espresso bar and more. Open all day, the sprawling casual restaurant was designed to be a regular stop for neighborhood locals. Light and airy pizza from the wood-burning oven is a signature, along with a variety of small plates. Pizza toppings range from lamb sausage, tomatoes, olives and Manchego cheese to Manila clams with garlic, oregano, chiles and Pecorino Romano.