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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Do-it-yourself Baconfest: 13 porky dishes to try this month

    Do-it-yourself Baconfest: 13 porky dishes to try this month
    Embark on a do-it-yourself Baconfest adventure with these 13 pork-filled dishes. Not satisfied with just two days devoted to bacon-on-absolutely-everything, the organizers of Baconfest have unofficially declared April "Bacon Month" this year. That means...
  • Chicago launches 'Epic' national TV campaign

     Chicago launches 'Epic' national TV campaign
    Chicago, city of the big shoulders, is getting a head-to-toe makeover in a new national television campaign launching today. Forget about hog butcher, tool maker and stacker of wheat. Chicago is being depicted as a hotbed of music festivals, hipsters,...
  • Honeybees set to multiply at Oak Brook Hills Resort

    Honeybees set to multiply at Oak Brook Hills Resort
    Do the math and odds are in his favor that Sean Patrick Curry will succeed as a beekeeper. Already by April 6, two days after accepting a delivery of more than 110,000 honeybees, the California insects were already nesting. And if all goes well at the...
  • Breweries tap growing interest in craft beer

    Breweries tap growing interest in craft beer
    A guy walks into a bar. It's no joke that Miller Lite or any of his other standbys are not on tap. But he's thirsty to explore these often garage party-like bars known as "tap rooms" and this craft beer craze his 30-something nephew, a home brewer,...
  • Embracing vermouth culture, with Old World and New World versions

     Embracing vermouth culture, with Old World and New World versions
    What exactly is vermouth? Technically speaking, vermouth is an apertif (from the Latin word for open) wine that has been aromatized and fortified. A drink that opens the meal by opening your appetite, made bitter with botanical infusions, made sweet and...
  • Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Guest bartenders at The Revel Room, free stand-up comedy and more things to do in Chicago on Tuesday, April 7. EAT Spring Pasta-Making Class The Winchester 1001 N. Winchester Ave. 773-698-8703 Learn how to make ricotta gnocchi with spring garlic...
  • Golden arches merge GBS, GBN for long-running Burger Day

    Golden arches merge GBS, GBN for long-running Burger Day
    For a dozen years, the iconic McDonald's golden arches have bridged the mutual school color of gold between the two Glenbrook District 225 high schools – or at least for Burger Day teen volunteers. "It's fun to have that little rivalry going,...
  • Cafe Orchid plants Turkish cuisine in heart of Park Ridge

    Cafe Orchid plants Turkish cuisine in heart of Park Ridge
    Turkish cuisine has come to Park Ridge. Kurt Serpin and Iho Batnasan have brought Cafe Orchid, their family-owned restaurant in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, to Park Ridge's Village Green shopping center. The eatery opened March 19 in the former...
  • Ed Debevic's plans to leave Wells St. for spot near Michigan Ave.

    Ed Debevic's plans to leave Wells St. for spot near Michigan Ave.
    Ed Debevic's confirmed Friday that it likely will close its longtime location later this year and seeks a spot closer to Michigan Avenue. "As our famous saying goes, 'Eat and get out,' I can confirm that it is likely Ed Debevic's will be leaving its...