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Chicago Restaurant Review – Swampy’s

Written by: Jacob King

Deep down south in the streets of East Chicago is a restaurant known to the locals as Swampy’s. It’s located in Chicago’s largest pothole, where rain has mixed with dirt and residual lead to create an unforgettable dining experience. Make sure to try the famous ground gumbo, made with worms, day-old possum corpses, asphalt, and anything else the chefs have found on the side of the road.

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