On the same corner since 1935, Bertucci's Corner embodies the classic Chicago neighborhood restaurant. A long, beautifully worn bar sits along one wall of the dining room. The black-and-red checked tile floor and paneled walls are essentially unchanged from the restaurant's first day of operation, and the black-and-white photos of smiling Chicagoans from decades ago are authentic, not from an 'ambience enhancement' restaurant package. The tables, 10 in front, eight in back closer to the kitchen, are covered with butcher paper, and are spaced so that dining is comfortable, not cramped. The kitchen itself is always buzzing, and orders are ready quickly. Customers are encouraged to check the chalkboard for daily specials, then enjoy a beer or two at the bar while they decide on their meals.