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As Thanksgiving approaches, let us give thanks for those restaurants who cook and serve beautiful Thanksgiving dinners, so we don't have to. Ann Sather. As it has for more years than I can count, Ann Sather will serve a traditional turkey dinner from...
Halloween doesn't get here until Wednesday, but don't tell that to Chicago's restaurant community, which has events planned Friday through the 31st. Here are a few of the most intriguing options. Bar Umbriago. Halloween party with a DJ will take place...
The Bank of America Chicago Marathon will be run Sunday, which means that Chicago restaurants have a renewed focus on the carbo-loading pre-race types and the generally hungry post-race crowd. Lottie's Pub (1925 W. Cortland Ave., 773-489-0738). Runners...
Tags: Chicago Hotels, Sixteen, Running, Restaurants, Chicago Marathon
Charlie Trotter says he first thought of closing his namesake restaurant after his plane sat on the tarmac at LaGuardia Airport on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. “I realized really how fragile the world is,” he reflects. “I love what...
5 - 6 a.m. The Saturday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. Max discusses the nation’s increasing drought area and its impact on crops and prices with Paul Georgy President of Allendale, in McHenry, IL How do dairy cows...
If all goes as planned, sometime in August food trucks with on-board preparation will be rolling in Chicago's streets. The ordinance expected to reach the Chicago City Council at its next meeting — July 25 — was introduced by Mayor Rahm...
It's impossible for me to view Paris Club, the hip French bistro that opened in River North five months ago, without feeling a sense of loss. Paris Club, you see, replaced Brasserie Jo, and I've loved that restaurant ever since it opened in 1995...
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This time, Next is selling memories. "Childhood," the latest menu from Next, Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas' shape-shifting restaurant, is a Proustian food journey that, although based on Achatz's and executive chef Dave Beran's childhoods, is designed...
Frozen spheres of cheese. Ham-wrapped baguettes containing exactly nothing. An air-filled foam of carrot that still manages to taste like the most intense carrot you've ever eaten. Part museum exhibit, part history retrospective, Next's latest menu, El...
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To corrupt an old saying, the good Lord never closes a condo without opening a bungalow. Berwyn is on the rise. The financial crisis has turned the near west suburb into a hot spot of affordable housing, and young couples and families are crowding in....
We tend to think of a split personality as a bad thing, but it seems to be working, so far, for Quay, which opened in late July in the River East Arts Center and offers — one part sports bar, one part smoldering nightspot and one part restaurant...
Owen & Engine is a 10-month-old gastropub with charming British decor, a beer list bulging with British-style ales and a menu that includes dishes such as bangers and mash and hairy taddie. But chef de cuisine Charles Burkhardt would rather not call the...
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