I will be staying in skokie for part of pesach G-d willing and will be needing to purchase takeout food.
What are the takeout options for pesach food in chicago/skokie?
(if non-gebrokst, even better).
The grocery stores will have a full selection. Hungarian usually has more then jewel. You can also get meat grilled for you at Marianos. I have heard that Mizrahi Grill in highland park is offering a catering menu this year.
It is most likely that any of the above mentioned (or any at all) options will be gebrokst and probably using standard (not 18 minute or shmura) matza meal. AFAIK, there is know heimish/chareidi style Pesach takeout here.
Someone I know was once in a medical situation over Pesach and asked the local dayan if she could buy food from Hungarian and she was told, sure, she could buy the raw meat.
Agreed, I noticed that this year Hungarian, PaNosh and Mizrahi grill were the more affordable options. Last year I ordered from Zelda's and wasn't thrilled with most of the food. (The sweet and sour meatballs were good as was the Chocolate torte, but everything else was eh.) That said, they were very pleasant to deal with, very organized and I liked the heating instructions that came with the food.
Chicago area amothers, of the places I've mentioned- which has the food you like the best?
ETA - OP - All the places I mentioned have menus online and allow (or encourage) online ordering.