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Salpicón Review

Anyone who does authentic Mexican in Chicago operates in the shadow of Frontera Grill's Rick Bayless—which makes it easier for those in the know to snag a table at Salpicón. Chef Priscila Satkoff grew up in Mexico City, and her renditions of mole poblano and grilled fish with salsa fresca have unforced flair. Wash 'em down with a belt of one of 100 tequilas or choose from the extensive selection of vintage wines. Once you try the Mexican-style Sunday brunch, with dishes like skirt steak and eggs, you'll have a hard time going back to eggs Benedict.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 06-11-2013

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    Sunday Brunch

    We did not need a reservation. The service was attentive and knowleable without being in your face..very friendly.
    Food was super and very authentic. I would love to go back for dinner.
    Incredible wine list which caters to all price ranges.

    by Mincepie, 6/27/08

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