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Who are the piranhas now? Ozzie Guillen used to say the Twins were like those flesh-eating fish, chewing up opponents. But now it's the White Sox, their front office and pro scouts especially, who are feeding off of others. After Monday's 5-4 win over...
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...
Tags: Shrimp, Bars and Clubs, Steaks, Caesar Salads, Restaurants
Things are certainly heating up, foodwise, in the neighborhood dubbed Lakeshore East, the easternmost spit of land between the Chicago River and Randolph Street. The stylish, upscale steakhouse III Forks opened there late last year; Aria restaurant is...
Tags: Breads, Chocolate Cake, Pasta, Restaurants, Dining and Drinking
On menus across the country, rabbit dishes are multiplying like — do I have to say it? All manner of restaurants are embracing the bunny. Food & Wine restaurant editor Kate N. Krader heralded rabbit as "the great new sustainable meat" for 2013....
Tribune criticDespite a demographic that would make most restaurateurs salivate, Hinsdale has not always been kind to its dining options. Since finally permitting liquor licenses in 2001 (Hinsdale was DuPage County's last bastion of temperance), the town has bid...
Tags: Chicago Loop, Pasta, Risotto, Pizzas, Restaurants
Tribune critic"Just south of Spunky Dunkers" doesn't sound like the ideal way to describe your restaurant's location, but in the Palatine area, that tells the locals exactly where to find you. "It's a landmark," enthused a colleague who lives in the area. "Out here it'...
If I were to gripe about the Restaurant Week lunch menu at Sepia (123 N. Jefferson St., 312-441-1920), it would be a mild complaint that the $22 menu has only two choices in each of its three courses. It's not a problem when you're a table for two; it...
Tags: Pecans, Pies and Tarts, Sandwiches, Salads, Sepia
Hartford mother, Carmen Veal, recently featured in this Mommy Minute article, has been chosen to travel to Washington DC to help out with the Inaugural Ball. As a volunteer for the Obama campaign - making calls, canvassing neighborhoods and entering data...
Tags: Autism, Behavioral Conditions
Q: See if you can find out if the Villa Girgenti passed their pizza recipe out to anyone when they closed their place on Paulina. It was a '60s North Side high school hangout, and they had the best thin crust pizza ever. What a waste to no longer sell it....
Sixteen years ago, Joseph Jurkivo was a busboy at Pane e Vino Italian restaurant at 2118 Schoenersville Road in Hanover Township, Northampton County, eager to make his mark on the region's food service industry. He eventually moved up the ladder,...
Last week it was turkey on Thanksgiving, turkey sandwiches for Friday's lunch, turkey tetrazzini for Saturday dinner and — you get the idea. Poultry in motion. Who could blame you for racing out for a first-rate steak dinner? Here are some good...
Tags: Michael Jordan, Butter, Chocolate Cake, Chicago Loop, Lamb
So, your kid's going off to college. There's time for one last dinner out before you pack up the minivan. Where to go? The main goal should be to ensure the little brat misses you. So treat him to a meal that he won't be able to find near campus. A...
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