We've got one last group of second-round Munch Madness matchups. Restaurants with an international flair make a strong showing in each of the competing towns.
But who will move on to the Sweet 16? That, readers, is up to you.
Voting in round two is open until 5 p.m. Wednesday. Show your loyalty by commenting for your pick on this story, on Facebook or via Twitter by tagging it with your Patch town's handle.
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Second Round (Darien)
El Burrito Loco: El Burrito Loco offers many choices of Mexican food, from specialty combination meals such as carne asada con camaron and shrimp fajitas to well known favorites including enchiladas, quesadillas and tacos.
Thai O'Cha: This family-operated Thai restaurant has been a popular eating place in the Darien area since 2001.
Second Round (Downers Grove)
Cedar Grill: Cedar Hill offers a large menu of Mediterranean dishes. Beef, lamb and chicken kabobs are offered as dinners or as a sandwich wrap with hummus.
Thai Pot: Owner Tiffany Amprachna, a native of Bangkok, uses family recipes for the restaurant's authentic dishes, which include the popular Crab Rangoon, Pad Thai, spicy basil chicken and Thai tea.
Second Round (Lemont)
La Dolce Vita: One of three locations, the Lemont La Dolce Vita is a beautiful, inviting place to eat. The interior is very nicely decorated, and the staff is just as warm and welcoming as the decor.
PC's Pancake Cafe: This restaurant's cozy, family-friendly atmosphere starts at the front door. The staff is very friendly and helpful, ensuring that every guest feels welcome and ready to chow down on what the hostess calls "great food."
Second Round (Woodridge)
Nonnie's Pizza: Most menu items are made from scratch. The family pizza recipe dates back 50 years, but the wings and sauces are also hugely popular.
Pepe's Mexican Restaurant: Specialties include enchiladas with chicken, pork or steak, chicken or steak fajitas and combination plates if you can't pick just one item.