1865 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

Phone: 773-252-5687

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Sat 11:30am-9:30pm

Dining Options:
Catering, Delivery, Non-Smoking, Take Out

Cuisine:
Latin


10BEST Says

Bucktown's Best Restaurants: Named after a Central American volcano, Irazu is reputed to be Chicago's first Costa Rican restaurant. The family-run business offers indigenous dishes of plantains, gallo pinto (beans, white rice, spices, and veggies), excellent and affordable burritos, and yummy and distinct shakes concocted with oatmeal, guanabana and tamarind. To venture outside of the ordinary, try tacos filled with mashed potatoes or one of the numerous seafood and chicken dishes. A large outdoor patio and BYOB (without a corkage fee) are even more reasons to love this place. The restaurant does not accept credit cards and there is usually plenty of metered street parking to be found.

Take Out, Latin: Named after a Central American volcano, Irazu is reputed to be Chicago's first Costa Rican restaurant. The family-run business offers indigenous dishes of plantains, gallo pinto (beans, white rice, spices, and veggies), excellent and affordable burritos, and yummy and distinct shakes concocted with oatmeal, guanabana, and tamarind. To venture outside of the ordinary, try tacos filled with mashed potatoes or one of the numerous seafood and chicken dishes.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Bucktown's Best Restaurants: "Order the oatmeal shake."

Best for Bucktown's Best Restaurants Because: A large outdoor patio and BYOB (without a corkage fee) are among the reasons diners love this Costa Rican restaurant.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Bucktown's Best Restaurants: Named after a Central American volcano, Irazu is reputed to be Chicago's first Costa Rican restaurant. The family-run business offers indigenous dishes of plantains, gallo pinto (beans, white rice, spices, and veggies), excellent and affordable burritos, and yummy and distinct shakes concocted with oatmeal, guanabana and tamarind. To venture outside of the ordinary, try tacos filled with mashed potatoes or one of the numerous seafood and chicken dishes. A large outdoor patio and BYOB (without a corkage fee) are even more reasons to love this place. The restaurant does not accept credit cards and there is usually plenty of metered street parking to be found.

Take Out, Latin: Named after a Central American volcano, Irazu is reputed to be Chicago's first Costa Rican restaurant. The family-run business offers indigenous dishes of plantains, gallo pinto (beans, white rice, spices, and veggies), excellent and affordable burritos, and yummy and distinct shakes concocted with oatmeal, guanabana, and tamarind. To venture outside of the ordinary, try tacos filled with mashed potatoes or one of the numerous seafood and chicken dishes.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Bucktown's Best Restaurants: "Order the oatmeal shake."

Best for Bucktown's Best Restaurants Because: A large outdoor patio and BYOB (without a corkage fee) are among the reasons diners love this Costa Rican restaurant.

Main Menu

Appetizers
Veggie Delights
Costa Rican Dinners
Tacos
Sandwiches
Featured Items
Side Orders
Desserts

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