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  • Chicago's 25+ new, coming-soon patios of 2015

    Chicago's 25+ new, coming-soon patios of 2015
    Sky’s out, thighs out. Sun’s out, guns out. And you should be too … outdoors, that is. The weather is finally warming up, and as Chicagoans, it’s our right to have as much fun in the sun as possible while it lasts. This season&...
  • Manes: Poet, professor, fan of the region brings the heat

    Manes: Poet, professor, fan of the region brings the heat
    This red on the el (Wrigley Field, 2000) all-american boy w/karl & walt in his pocket on the elevated to wrigley. turning to me sez in chicago-nasal I scare people on the el cuz they know I'm a so- cial realist wit' nothin' to do. good...
  • Chamberlin listed among the top buffets in the country - have you visited the rest?

    Chamberlin listed among the top buffets in the country - have you visited the rest?
    The Chamberlin has been named one of the “12 greatest all-you-can-eat-buffets in America” by the online foodie website tabelog.us. “The Chamberlin opens its doors to the public for an amazing waterfront buffet,” according to...
  • Homey hospitality at Juliet's

    Homey hospitality at Juliet's
    Fine dining with a warm welcome is promised at Juliet's in Joliet. "I'm all about creating legendary service and just having people rave about that," said Erick Starke, managing partner of the restaurant owned by Carmen Rossi. "It's all about people and...
  • Memphis favorite Gus's Fried Chicken to land in West Loop

    Memphis favorite Gus's Fried Chicken to land in West Loop
    Gus’s Fried Chicken, the beloved Memphian fried chicken restaurant that’s grown to cult status in the mid-South region, is opening in Chicago this year, and a location has finally been announced. Take a wild guess. Where are all the hot...
  • Q&A with Loews Hotels executive Jonathan Tisch

    The BAROAK restaurant is open at Loews Annapolis, making it one of several new eateries at the hotel chain's properties. The Annapolis venture reflects the nearly $10 million that were spent on upgrading this site over the last two years. It got a new...
  • Chicago to host James Beard Awards for two more years

    Chicago to host James Beard Awards for two more years
    In an unexpected announcement, the James Beard Foundation said Thursday that Chicago will host its annual awards gala for two additional years starting in 2016. Through negotiations with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office, Choose Chicago (the tourism arm of...
  • Chef Homaro Cantu, who blended science and food, dies

    Chef Homaro Cantu, who artfully blended science and fine dining at his Michelin-starred Chicago restaurant, has died. The 38-year-old Cantu, one of Chicago's most renowned chefs, turned cooking into alchemy through his brand of molecular gastronomy at...
  • O'Hare's remodeled international terminal racking up record sales

     O'Hare's remodeled international terminal racking up record sales
    Food and retail sales are soaring at O'Hare International Airport's international terminal, once dubbed an embarrassment, a year after a $26 million renovation was completed. And employment has nearly doubled. The international terminal, Terminal 5, saw...
  • Hundreds march in Chicago for higher wages

    Thousands of people marched through Chicago's business district in support of an effort to raise the minimum raise to $15 an hour. The Fight for $15 demonstration was part of a nation-wide effort Wednesday to win higher pay and a union for fast-food...
  • Vettel: How Cantu changed Chicago's culinary scene

    Vettel: How Cantu changed Chicago's culinary scene
    In 2005, just about every top food writer in America visited Chicago, and three chefs drew them here. First, of course, was Grant Achatz, whose restaurant, Alinea, was inspiring cover stories even before it opened in May that year. But writers also...