Sorted roughly by distance
Close (~Green Street)
Garbanzo — unofficial sponsor of DDRIllini
Cravings — Insanely close. Notorious. Beloved.
Spicy Tang — Naohiro's favorite
Cocomero — Best froyo you'll ever have, Ian n RedzoneX/Will's favorite
Paris Super — Thai ice cream and ice cream crepes. Close contender for best ice cream.
Ozu Ramen — StoryTime/Kristian's favorite
Jip Bap — Korean Bowls, Benpai's favorite
Spoon House — big serving of hot asian food.
Jerusalem Grill — Peter's favorite
Seoul Taco — do you like tacos? do you like bulgogi? yes.
Empire — big servings chinese
Firehaus — Bar, good wraps
Legends — Bar, good burgers and beer specials on friday
Joes — Bar, good burgers
Medium — 5-10m walk
Ko Fusion — ok sushi
Sakanaya — better sushi, pricey
M Sushi — best sushi, cheaper than Sakanaya, far
Insomnia Cookies — xquatra/Alex's favorite
Fat Sandwich — best drunk food, ok when sober
Basil Thai — best thai nearby
Merry Ann's — Traditional american Diner, Tucker's fave
Maize - second best Mexican nearby
You *need* a car Far
Original Pancake House — Sudzi/Brandon's favorite.
Golden Harbor — Best chinese in champaign, one dish feeds two
Black Dog — Best BBQ in Champaign
Xinh Xinh Cafe - Vietnamese
Himilayan Chimney — New indian place
Sushi Kame — great sushi, bento boxes
Dublin O'Neil's — Irish pub, real fish n chips
Watson's Shack and Rail — Fried chicken and alcoholic slushies
(sign me UP)
Cream and Flutter — cute lil pastry shop
Papa Del's — "Deep Dish" pizza — more like bread cake imo but it's ok.
El Oasis - Mexican ice cream. Get the spicy chocolate one.
Huaraches Moroleon - best Mexican nearby
Destihl — Pricier but heckin' delicious lunch/dinner
Blind Pig — buncha real good locally made beer, but only that.
Pekara — Reallllly good cafe. Awesome pastries.
Sitara — Best indian food in town, but it ain't got nothing on the west coast.
Portillo's — Chicago classic. Good italian beef, hotdogs, chocolate cake.