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  • Elite Traveler names Alinea world's best restaurant

    Elite Traveler names Alinea world's best restaurant
    For the fourth consecutive year, Elite Traveler magazine has rated Alinea (1723 N. Halsted St., 312-867-0110) as the very best in the world.
  • Easter brunches in the Near Western suburbs

    Easter brunches in the Near Western suburbs
    Find Easter brunches in Brookfield, Western Springs, Oak Brook, Hinsdale and other suburbs. Find more suburban brunch options here. Easter brunch has become an institution, its allure hard to resist. Diners know it and so do smart restaurateurs, all...

    Epic Burger closer to opening in downtown Evanston

    Epic Burger closer to opening in downtown Evanston
    A popular Chicagoland restaurant which specializes in health conscious farm-to-table food, primarily hamburgers and French fries, has moved closer to opening in downtown Evanston. Members of the city council's Planning & Development Committee recently...

    Passover dining options from Phil Vettel

    Passover dining options from Phil Vettel
    Passover begins at sundown Friday, and, as always, Chicago's restaurants are prepared. Some dining and carryout options: Beatrix. Holiday-friendly pastries and desserts, including raspberry macaroons ($2.95), gluten-free flourless chocolate cake ($8....

    Slain manager of Chicago rapper had just met with Bulls' star about anti-violence group

    Slain manager of Chicago rapper had just met with Bulls' star about anti-violence group
    The manager of a Chicago rapper was shot and killed just hours after meeting with Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah and his client to discuss "Rock Your Drop," an anti-violence foundation sponsored by Noah. Uchenna Agina, who went by the nickname "Chino"...