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  • Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    A new salad shop, an international music fest and more things to do in Chicago on Monday, April 20. EAT A Taste of Baker Miller Bohemian House 11 W. Illinois St. 312-955-0439 Through Wednesday, you can finish your meal at the River North...
  • Weekend brunch in Chicago: 9 new options

    Weekend brunch in Chicago: 9 new options
    9 new brunches (plus two more coming soon) worth bundling up for We might spring forward this weekend, but winter still has a pretty tight grip on this town. At these nine newly launched brunches—and two more coming soon—hearty hashes,...
  • Man shot in head near UIC Pavilion crashes car near downtown restaurant

    Man shot in head near UIC Pavilion crashes car near downtown restaurant
    Enrique Cumacho was finishing up his shift at a downtown Indian restaurant Friday night when there was a loud boom outside. The restaurant's owner told him that there had been an accident just outside Mughal India, 560 W. Van Buren St., said Cumacho,...
  • School board's reward: Meeting at chophouse

    School board's reward: Meeting at chophouse
    For a few hours, I imagined the school board was going to treat everyone in Community High School District 218 to steak and lobster at Louie's Chophouse in Oak Lawn. It turns out the school board's special meeting on Monday will be open to the public...
  • 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...
  • Doc about Chicago chef Curtis Duffy 'For Grace' headed to SXSW

    Doc about Chicago chef Curtis Duffy 'For Grace' headed to SXSW
    The documentary "For Grace," which captures renowed chef Curtis Duffy's two-year journey to open a fine dining restaurant in Chicago, will debut at South by Southwest in Austin in March. Tribune food writer Kevin Pang and filmmaker Mark Helenowski...
  • Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant

    Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant
    Stephanie Izard (Girl & the Goat, Little Goat Diner) is preparing to open a third restaurant in Chicago's Market District. Duck Duck Goat (857 W. Fulton Market) will open sometime in the late summer, a few doors west of The Publican (and two blocks...
  • Schaible remains determined in 19th Ward election

    Despite losing to Matt O'Shea in the election for Chicago's 19th Ward four years ago, Anne Schaible is undeterred in her desire to represent the ward she's lived in her whole life. "I am still passionate about this ward a place my kids want to come...