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Summer is the sweet season for restaurants. Fresh produce is abundant, daylight lasts longer and restaurants are busier and bigger (with the addition of outdoor seats) than at any other time of the year. So once again I'm trotting out my Summer Eating...
Tribune ReporterOfficials from the French Market have announced that Little Goat Bread, an offshoot of Girl & The Goat chef Stephanie Izard's recently opened diner-style spot, Little Goat, is set to open in the market Friday. Set between chef John De Rosier's Wisma...
For RedEyeEnoch Simpson may have created a monster. Since the days when his homemade doughnuts became a surprise brunch sensation at Nightwood, gourmet twists on the classic breakfast pastry have swept the city, threatening to make the trend go stale. With the...
For RedEyeWhen Chicago actor Scott Duff joined forces with Laugh Factory to debut an LGBT-themed showcase, he knew he wanted his first headliner to be no-holds-barred comedian Jessica Halem, who spent 12 years—1996 to 2008—at the top of the Chicago...
The James Beard Foundation Awards -- the Academy Awards of the food world -- were distributed Monday night in New York, and it was a victory for women but a shutout for Southern California. The winner for outstanding chef, the last award in a long,...
In the last six months, three highly regarded restaurant chef/operators — Stephanie Izard of Girl & the Goat, Graham Elliot of his eponymous restaurant, and David Flom and Matt Moore of Chicago Cut Steakhouse — have opened sequel restaurants,...
CLAVERING, England — In this rural Essex village stands The Cricketers, the once-quiet pub that launched the career of British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who first cooked in his parents' kitchen. Trevor and Sally Oliver's place has grown with...
Stopping by Mexique to catch up with chef Carlos Gaytan an hour before service was probably not the smartest move. Gaytan was busy and politely asked me to wait in the empty restaurant. Meanwhile, he wrapped up an impromptu tasting with his kitchen...
Tags: Avec, Restaurants, Dining and Drinking, Mexique, Mexican Food
A year or so ago, not long before chef Ryan McCaskey opened Acadia in the South Loop, he began thinking about what his soon-to-be restaurant might serve at brunch. A lifelong Deadhead, he was traveling around the country, following what remains of the...
Tags: Brunch, Pilsen, Jams and Jellies, Nightwood, Everest
For RedEye"Do you remember when it was 80 degrees in March last year?" Yup, that might be the most common complaint muttered by coat-clad Chicagoans this spring. Sure, summer didn't come early this year as it did last, but that hasn't stopped dozens of...
Tags: Pilsen, Roscoe Village, Deca, Dining and Drinking, United Center
RedEyeYou've already waited in line for popcorn at Garrett. You've endured verbal abuse at The Wieners Circle. And you've devoured the Chicago classic that is the Italian beef sandwich (Al's #1 and Johnnie's being the best, depending on who you ask). So...
Tags: Chicago Restaurants, Pilsen, Roscoe Village, Nellcote, Bacon
Tribune criticFor Jason Vincent, the only downside in being named one of Food & Wine magazine’s “Best New Chefs in America,” was the timing. Making the 2013 list of 10 chefs meant Vincent had to spend Tuesday in New York for the announcement, photo...
Tags: Restaurants, Nightwood, Wines, Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz
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