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Tribune reportersIn the era of alternative fuels, grease is turning into a pretty slick investment. Restaurants increasingly are being paid for their used cooking oil, icky stuff that historically they've had to pay to have hauled away. And sales of kits that allow...
During Ramadan, most mosques around town host Iftar gatherings to which all are welcome. But plenty of area restaurants also offer discounted, free or special treats available daily throughout the holy month. Suburban Spots: Desi Grill & Pizza in...
Phoenix "Until moving to Chicago in 1997, I lived in San Francisco for more than 20 years. Most of those years were spent in living in Old Chinatown (downtown) and New Chinatown (Richmond district). In all of the years I lived there, I never had dim sum...
Tags: Soups, Shrimp, Salt, San Francisco, Dining and Drinking
Tribune staff reportersNew condominiums and townhouses rose along the edges of Chinatown during the 1990s, surrounding the pungent fish markets and pagoda-shaped restaurants that long made the South Side neighborhood seem like a living museum. Suburban professionals and...
Special to the TribuneTwo of the favorite getaway cities for Detroiters are Chicago and Toronto. As much a draw as the museums and shops is the wealth of restaurants clustered in neighborhoods like Chicago's Lincoln Park and Toronto's Yorkville, where a stroll along the...
The Shark Bar This funky, friendly soul food restaurant and bar has a spacious wooden rooftop deck that accommodates 150 and offers panoramic views of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan. A raised, enclosed lounge area features candles and soft music...
Tags: West Town, Hamburgers, Appetizers, Restaurants, Chicago Skyline
Here are some best bets if you're hungry but don't want to stray too far from McCormick Place: Berghoff Restaurant 17 W. Adams St. 312-427-3170 Founded in 1898, the Berghoff has been a family operation for four generations. Chicago's oldest...
Ben Pao. The folks at Lettuce Entertain You keep calling this a Chinese restaurant, but with satays and other non-Chinese offerings on the menu, pan-Asian is more accurate. Big Bowl. With three locations in the city and two in the suburbs (Schaumburg...
In ancient China, legend has it that an evil monster named Nian (which in modern Chinese means "year") preyed on people in a small village the night before the Lunar New Year. The terrified villagers turned to a saint for help. The saint devised a plan to...
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Tribune chief criticDavid Mamet's "Glengarry Glen Ross" has come home, to where it belongs, on the stage in Chicago, in a firestorm of a revival directed by Amy Morton. The 1984 Pulitzer Prize winner is Mamet at the peak of his linguistic and storytelling powers, and in...
Staying in to watch your favorite reality TV show and don't want to cook because you might miss the drama? Order in. Find restaurants that deliver: Barbecue Burgers Chicken Chinese French Greek Indian Italian Japanese Mexican Middle Eastern Pizza Thai...
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