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Regular readers of this column know that my travels are often motivated by food. Whether it's the roadside barbecue of B.C.'s General Store in Yalaha, a fried grouper sandwich with a view at one of the two iconic fishing piers on Anna Maria Island or...
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,...
Tags: Pasta, Graham Elliot, Hamburgers, Breads, Foods and Beverages
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — This island offers so many visual treats — gorgeous beaches, rugged hills, beautiful churches and majestic historic forts — that dining becomes a virtual afterthought. A hunk of meat or fish, some sides of mofongo...
From the well-lighted Argentine restaurant — my suggestion via Yelp — to the 70-degree night, all is well on this second date. As Dylan tactfully yanks shrimp from their shells, he tells me about his Japanese father, who strictly regulated all...
If we knew exactly what made restaurants successful, then there would be no unsuccessful ones. But the business is unpredictable and customers fickle; some mediocre concepts seemingly last forever, while genuinely worthy enterprises wither on the vine....
Though Sunday brunch is a year-round option, warm and sunny weather is what brings out the crowds. I can attest to that, having spent most of the last 10 fairly miserable (weatherwise) weekends hitting one brunch after another; I don't think I found a...
To eat at Next is to share skull space with some of the most creative culinary minds in America. That is manifestly apparent after one dines at Kyoto, the sixth production, if you will, of Next's culinary repertory. For those who came in late: Next,...
The best dining deal in Chicago can be found, every day, at a tiny Bridgeport storefront called Han 202, where chef/partner Guan Chen offers a five-course menu for $20.No, not $20 per course. Twenty dollars for the whole meal. Did I mention it's BYOB? So...
There are at least three things you can count on at every Brendan Sodikoff restaurant. There will be a retro-cool, dimly lit atmosphere. There will be bread; roasted bone marrow with toast is a menu given. And there will be great soap in the restroom....
Tribune criticJerry Kleiner's newest restaurant, 33 Club, is nothing you haven't seen before and nothing you haven't tasted before. It is, however, a gorgeous space where you can dress to the nines without feeling self-conscious, and where, thanks to chef Daniel...
It would be easy to overlook Fogon, an 8-week-old Mexican restaurant in River West, especially as the space has been home to two or three forgettable restaurants in the last few years. The restaurant's pedigree suggests that would be an error. Fogon is...
Tags: WGN, Mangos, Europe, Pilsen, Foods and Beverages
Tribune criticMercadito is never going to be an outstanding restaurant, but it has the potential to be pretty darn good. The NYC import, which reached the Lake Michigan shore in September, has an intriguing small-plates menu of traditional Mexican and designer...
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