Latinicity

Row 1

Details
108 N State St Fl 3 (Randolph)
Chicago, IL 60602
(312) 795-4444
Food Court
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–7:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • It was friendly and the staff was great, but I can't help being disappointed in the sushi that tasted like grocery store sushi and the taco place that was suspiciously very similar to Chipotle....hmmm
  • An awesome Da de los Muertos styled space on the 3rd floor of Block 37. There are many food stalls of Latin American dishes and fusion cuisine. Keep in mind that you only pay when you leave.
  • Various food stations with different themes. It's cafeteria seating and has a large bar in the middle of the dinning hall! Make your own ensalada is good!
  • Parmesanla kaplanms msrlardan deneyiniz
  • Lomo Saltado was excellent my first time trying Peruvian food.
  • Kick up your experience with a Pepino Margarita, which features serrano-infused Sauza tequila, cucumber, lime, and agave in a Tajin-rimmed glass, at this food court dedicated to all things Latin.
  • The Wok is the Best!!
  • Super disappointed with the ensalada but all the tacos were pretty decent, esp the fish, barbacoa w/pineapple, & pork ones.
  • Got the volcano and spicy tuna rolls. Both were pretty decent! Awesome concept. 3.5/5
  • Super casual, but hip!! So many options. Tacos are super yummy, seafood is fresh!!
  • I thought the Mexican sushi was very good.
  • Very disappointing, not worth the hype
  • The massive downtown food hall is chefs Richard Sandoval and Jose Garces' Latin version of Eataly with 12 food stalls, a full tapas restaurant, full bar, and much more.
  • Cafeteria style restaurant with at least 5-6 fresh entre choices at each station. There's also a full bar that serves delicious margs, mojitos and sangria.
  • Absolutely delicious but absolutely pricey. I hope they can keep up the quality.
  • So many options I couldn't pick but this Cuban sandwich was legit.
  • The food is good, but the format is a mess. You get the card, then wander around selecting food and racking up charges on the card, you then use the card to eat. This is needlessly complicated.
  • Great quality food with a ton of different options available. Went at a slow time so was able to browse and take my time. I had the Milanese Torta & the chicken Tinga & carne Asada tacos. Yum
  • Food court-style or sit-down service, lots of Latin inspired dishes -- but fast. The tacos are cheap and the tres leches so good!