Not to be eclipsed by the trendy spots of Old Town, the understated Old Jerusalem holds its own and has done so since 1976. The falafel sandwich here has been heralded as one of the best in Chicago, but don’t limit yourself to that. The Middle Eastern fare keeps it traditional, with shawarma, hummus, grape leaves, salads, and kebabs, all of which actually taste quite healthy if you’ve been indulging in hot dogs and pizza for days. Feel like a glass of wine? Old Jerusalem doesn’t have a liquor license, but encourages diners to bring their own bottle, at no added fee. And there’s a great little wine shop called Galleria Liqueurs about a block north on Wells Street.