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Includes a DJ, stilt walker, Samba dancers, a balloon drop and champagne toast at midnight at 702 W. Fulton St., Chicago. The menu features dishes from Central and South America, The Caribbean, Cuba and Spain. Reservations ...
A year ago a young chef nobody had heard of—who had experience at some top restaurants (Alinea, Schwa, Charlie Trotter) but not that much experience overall—had an ambitious idea to launch a high-end restaurant via K...
If the 63,000-square-foot market sounds a bit overwhelming, it is. To help you navigate the ai...
A couple of years ago we made a film with Mark Mendez, then chef of Carnivale, about the problems of trying to buy directly from farmers when you're an operation the size of, well, Carnivale. Mendez may have left Carnivale for his own Vera, but th...
There are two kinds of people in this city: those who depend on, crave and frequently revisit the Bento Box—and those who've never heard of it.
After Bunny's little surprise for her on Thanksgiving, Brandy suddenly found herself with a house full of Portuguese handball players who didn't seem to understand that they'd vastly over stayed their welcome. "Well, what have you been feedi...
Bad 2 Da Bone BBQ, Kenosha, WI ...
I am having trouble sleeping. And in a fit, I tumbled out of bed about 10 minutes ago, desperate for a hunk of bread smothered in creamy butter and dolloped with jam. I guzzled it down with soda water and … Continue reading →
This is a seriously delayed post but valid none the less. If you haven’t been to Carrie Nahaedian’s new(ish) resto, Brindille, I’m telling you now, you must go. I personally like...
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There’s still time to enjoy the lingering warmth of summer so I recommend grabbing a seat and a bite at Sumi Robata Bar. The patio is absolutely wonderful, but if the cooler evenings are a bit too chilly, grab a seat at the bar and enjoy the view....
If you have never been to Italy or spent time in open-air markets, then Eataly’s endless sprawl of Italian brands, products, and services under one roof will doubtless seem utterly convenient. And normal. And it is, I suppose, in the way tha...
You might already know that I’m a big Pret fan. One of the reasons that I like them so much is that they have a seasonal menu. While they keep some of my favorite items on the menu year-round, every few months they shake things ...
As my wise friend once said, it is officially Eating Season (she swears it should should have some sort of national holiday designation). Thanks to such a late Thanksgiving, I do kind of feel like I've been eating almost nonstop ever since then. T...
One of the things about Chicago that makes one pine for Geneva, NY has to do with farmer's markets. The one in Geneva is wonderful. (For a related youtube, click here.) And so, it seemed sad to be away. And...
A recent live performance of Sound of Music got me thinking about my favorite things.Almost every one of them involve food or drink. Surprised?Food heaven describes where I’m at whenever I’m in Chicago or San Miguel. Both cities offer so many grea...
TweetThe Chicago French Market (131 N. Clinton St., Chicago IL, 60661; 312-575-0306) announces the opening of Lafayette featuring Creole-Cajun cuisine this November and offers a full schedule of fall activities including the return of Chicago Fren...
The Green Door beckons a bold new era with the help of consulting chef Dirk Flanigan, who serves to segue the timeworn tavern into the modern, farm-to-table era. (The Green Door. Eat.) “We want this to be a place for visitors and a pl...
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