A menu from a popular Chicago restaurant has a new twist: Eat everything on it.
The menu, titled Eat the Whole, has a menu of over 100 dishes.
Some of the dishes are not available at the restaurant, but many are.
The Chicago restaurant The Olde Chicago has served up its own version of the menu for years.
The Oldchicago has had a variety of menus since the restaurant opened in 1957.
They’ve also served up sandwiches, chicken, steak and fish dishes, as well as soups, salads and soups.
But now, The Old Chicago is adding in a new menu item.
The restaurant has added a “Chicano Fusion” menu item for people of all ethnicities.
The restaurant also has a vegan menu that has meatless options and is available in three flavors: vegan, meatless and chicken-free.
“For our vegetarian friends, we’re just adding to the menu,” said chef Daniele Fauci.
The vegetarian version of this menu item is $18.99 and will be available on Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well.
Fauci is a native of Sicily, Italy, where he lived until he moved to the United States.
He was raised on a farm in northern Illinois.
The food he grew up on at home wasn’t good enough for The Olda Chicago, so he started to make his own recipes.
Fauic is also a professional chef.
“I’m trying to learn how to be more efficient in my cooking,” said Faucian.
The New Old Chicago has also introduced a vegetarian menu.
The new menu includes a chicken and vegetable option, a vegan and vegetarian version and a chicken option, too.
For now, there are no vegan or vegetarian options for the vegan menu.
The Old Chicago restaurant is located at 2855 S. Washington Ave., Suite 200, Chicago.
For more information, visit www.theoldchicago.com.