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  • Best, worst of Chicago bars and restaurants in 2014

    Best, worst of Chicago bars and restaurants in 2014
    Any way you look at it, 2014 was a seriously tasty year. We went crazy for ramen and raw oysters. We even shelled out double digits for a single bottle of juice. Meanwhile, the Italian restaurants and craft breweries and fried chicken sandwiches just kept coming. (We're not complaining.) Here's a look back at our likes and gripes from the year--plus a few made-up awards, just for kicks. 
  • Best new restaurant: Parachute

    Best new restaurant: Parachute
    Get to know Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark, and you'll understand why Parachute is an apt name for their Avondale restaurant. Their last few years have been a rough go: Kim's appearance on “Top Chef” was “traumatic,” their reboot...

    Restaurant review: Parachute ★★★

    Restaurant review: Parachute ★&#9733&#9733
    For my money, 4-month-old Parachute is the most exciting restaurant to open in Chicago this year. The husband-wife chef team of Johnny Clark and Beverly Kim are working magic in Avondale. In a dining room that accommodates, at most, 40 customers, Kim...

    Opening a restaurant, taking a leap

    Opening a restaurant, taking a leap
    Neophyte restaurateurs Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark ran through calculations on their Excel spreadsheet, something they've done plenty in the last year. They knew early on that the margin of error at their new Avondale restaurant, Parachute, was thin....

    Top Chef Week 6 Recap: Cutting and slicing begins in earnest

    Top Chef Week 6 Recap: Cutting and slicing begins in earnest
    Anthony Bourdain once commented that “Top Chef” is as real as television competitions come. The filming schedule is compressed into several weeks — hell on contestants — and deliberations among judges can drag on for hours. Only...