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  • Food briefs: Formento's & Lost Lake opens, Kendall College student wins

    Food briefs: Formento's & Lost Lake opens, Kendall College student wins
    News and notes for the food world:  - One of the more highly anticipated restaurant openings in Chicago this winter season arrives Wednesday. Formento’s, described as old-school, red sauce Italian modeled after Taylor Street joints, joins the...
  • Restaurant review: Baffo

    Restaurant review: Baffo
    Baffo is a love-it-or-hate-it restaurant. It's easy to dismiss a formal Italian dining room offering mid-$20s pastas, mid-$30s entrees (topped by a $48 veal dish), $15 cocktails and wines by the glass in the $20s. But it's also tough to hate a dining...
  • Potbelly plans European location

     Potbelly plans European location
    Potbelly plans to open its first sandwich shop in Europe next year, CEO Aylwin Lewis said Tuesday. Potbelly got its start in 1977, when an antiques store on Chicago's Lincoln Avenue began offering warm sandwiches and desserts to customers. Its second...
  • Chicago Restaurant Week reservations now open

    Chicago Restaurant Week reservations now open
    Chicago Restaurant Week, a 14-day promotion of budget-friendly lunches and dinners at most of Chicago's top restaurants, will take place Jan. 30 through Feb. 12. But reservations for participating restaurants are available starting today. For those...
  • Lao Sze Chuan opens on Michigan Avenue

    Lao Sze Chuan opens on Michigan Avenue
    Restaurateur Tony Hu will bring his winning formula to Michigan Avenue with Thursday's soft opening of Lao Sze Chuan (520 N. Michigan Ave., 312-818-8099) in the Shops @North Bridge center, adjacent to Nordstrom. The restaurant will open at noon tomorrow...
  • Piece pizza enlists Doug Sohn, Izard, Honey Butter Chicken for charity

    Piece pizza enlists Doug Sohn, Izard, Honey Butter Chicken for charity
    Piece Brewery and Pizzeria (1927 W. North Ave., 773-772-4422773-772-4422) will co-create pizzas early next year with Doug Sohn, Honey Butter Fried Chicken and Stephanie Izard to benefit Pilot Light.  The pizzeria teamed with Christine Cikowski and...
  • Charles Barkley feels sorry for Jay Cutler following benching

    Charles Barkley feels sorry for Jay Cutler following benching
    Charles Barkley felt bad for Jay Cutler following the news that the Bears’ quarterback had been benched for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. And yes, the NBA Hall of Famer and TNT NBA analyst knows he’s in the minority. “...
  • 2014: The year we knew everything about everything

    2014: The year we knew everything about everything
    "What's the point of even sleeping?" Let it be noted that although 2014 was the year I achieved near-total omniscience over all media, I saw St. Vincent sing that line only three times in the past 12 months. I apologize for that. It was a regretful...
  • Chicago restaurants that repeatedly failed health inspections in 2014

    Chicago restaurants that repeatedly failed health inspections in 2014
    At least six Chicago restaurants have failed their city health inspection four times each in 2014, according to an analysis of Chicago Department of Public Health data published last week. That's the highest number of times an individual restaurant...
  • Long hours no barrier to the sweet life

    Some of Sarah Mispagel's best experiences on the job have involved famous figures who've relished the decadent pastries and desserts she helped create. As pastry chef at Chicago's Nightwood restaurant, 2119 S. Halsted St., the 28-year-old has cooked...
  • Book centers on Yorktown terrorism plot

    If you're looking for a last-minute Christmas gift, a book by a local attorney might be a good choice. Chad Green — a York County lawyer, licensed captain and commercial waterman — and co-author G. Tom Ward have written "The Crown &...