Welcome to the Grid—a weekly show exploring Chicago’s neighborhoods with host Ji Suk Yi.
This week, sample Go 4 Food—a must-visit restaurant in Chinatown. A modern take on Chinese food, with the soul of traditional Cantonese cooking, you can’t go wrong here. French-style beef tenderloin and dungeness crab are both popular menu items, and the restaurant also offers a huge selection of seafood. With food served family style, Go 4 Food is the perfect spot to connect, eat and enjoy.
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