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  • Restaurant Review: Louie's in Allentown builds on long Italian food tradition

    Restaurant Review: Louie's in Allentown builds on long Italian food tradition
    Seven years after it moved from central Allentown to a larger building off of Lehigh Street, Louie's Restaurant has settled comfortably into its second home. It has broadened the fare to include seafood and dressed up the interior as the restaurant...
  • Five minutes with ... Phillip Foss

    Five minutes with ... Phillip Foss
    It's hard to imagine a fine restaurant at the end of a small and lonely dead-end section of 14th Street off of Western Avenue. It is bordered on one side by a grassy hill topped with train tracks, and some nondescript buildings and a local bar on the...
  • Blotter: Youth charged with candy bar theft in River Forest

    Blotter: Youth charged with candy bar theft in River Forest
    The following items were taken from River Forest police reports: A Coach wallet containing credit cards was stolen out of a purse hanging off the back of a chair in Noodles and Company, 7215 Lake St., shortly before 1:31 p.m. Sept. 14. The cards later...
  • First Chicago Olive Garden opening next week

    First Chicago Olive Garden opening next week
    Olive Garden will open its first restaurant in Chicago later this month, featuring its new logo and remodel design — and, of course, free salad and breadsticks. The 7,780-square-foot restaurant at 3555 West Addison St., the first in the Chicago...
  • Sighting: Mexico manager Miguel Herrera dines at Harry Caray's

    Sighting: Mexico manager Miguel Herrera dines at Harry Caray's
    Miguel Herrera didn’t know much, if anything, about Harry Caray when he visited Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse Chicago Sunday, according to a restaurant spokesperson. And why would he? The enthusiastic Mexican men's national team manager has...
  • Julia Child gets her own postage stamp

    Julia Child gets her own postage stamp
    Julia Child dispatched millions of hungry Americans into the kitchen with a cheery "bon appetit!" The U.S. Postal Service is surely banking on those same fans trooping down to their local post offices to buy the new Julia Child postage stamps. Child,...
  • It's official: Smoking banned in parks, harbors

    It's official: Smoking banned in parks, harbors
    If you're going to Riot Fest this weekend, be on the lookout for no smoking signs. Smoking at Humboldt Park, where Riot Fest will be held, or any other city park was officially banned Wednesday after the Chicago Park District board passed a resolution...
  • Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels

    Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels
    The night after I graduated from Northwestern, I stayed with my parents in a Fairfield Inn in Gurnee, 32 miles north of campus. It was the closest room my family could find and afford. More than a decade later, downtown Evanston boasts all of five...
  • Pair your cocktail with pears

    Pair your cocktail with pears
    The coming of fall is a bit easier to swallow with the wonderful shift in seasonal flavors. Ephemeral pears stand out, with their subtle flavor and intense juiciness. Chefs share their passions for pear cocktails with us. "Pears are one of my favorite...
  • Tuesday food linkage: Jellyfish, sausage tag team

    Tuesday food linkage: Jellyfish, sausage tag team
    What I read this morning: Drinking! Hot dogs! Jellyfish!  - So you go out drinking with a buddy who doesn't. Chicago magazine restaurant critic Jeff Ruby, in GQ, lays out the proper etiquette in this situation. [GQ] - Rob Levitt and Doug Sohn, a.k.a....
  • Monday food linkage: Egg roll hunt, bacon jam

    Monday food linkage: Egg roll hunt, bacon jam
    What I'm reading and what I ate on this gray Monday morning. - A field guide to Americanized Cantonese egg rolls in Chicago. [LTHForum] - Tribune restaurant critic Phil Vettel previews this year's Chicago Gourmet festival. [Tribune] - We made this...