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Just west of the Loop, the city’s gre­gar­i­ous Greek­town is cen­tered around Hal­sted Street be­tween Jack­son and Wash­ing­ton boule­vards. Siz­zling plat­ters of flam­ing saganaki and ex­u­ber­ant shouts of “Opa!” are typ­i­cal sights and sounds at restau­rants here. The area is most ac­tive at night, when the restau­rants fill with din­ers, of­ten large Greek fam­i­lies and groups of friends, cre­at­ing a fes­tive at­mos­phere. A bonus here is free valet park­ing at many of the restau­rants. www.greek­

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