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  • 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...
  • Adam Richman's TV show to finally debut; highlights Chicago restaurants

    Adam Richman's TV show to finally debut; highlights Chicago restaurants
    Adam Richman, best-known for his eating feats in Travel Channel's "Man v. Food," will kick off another show, "Man Finds Food," that is set to air April 1 on that network. The program, which aims to highlight notable restaurants and their notable off-...
  • Club Calendar for March 20

    Club meetings and events throughout the county. MONDAY, March 23 ALL Exchange Club of Antioch, Lindenhurst and Lake Villa: 5:45 p.m. at Lake Villa Library, 100 E. Grand Ave. Details, (847) 356-7163. Gagewood Lions Club: 7 p.m. at Warren Township...
  • Reader says alcohol causes violence

    Editor's Note: Speak Out is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at 312-222-2460. Alcohol versus marijuana: We demonize marijuana, but we glamorize alcohol. A lot...
  • Honey Butter Fried Chicken introduces fried rice takeout

    Honey Butter Fried Chicken introduces fried rice takeout
    When Honey Butter Fried Chicken opened in 2013, it was hard to imagine a more delicious sequence of words could be strung together. Until this week, when the Avondale restaurant announced a spring takeout promotion featuring this mouth-watering...
  • Dao: The path to Asian cuisine

    Dao: The path to Asian cuisine
    The word "Dao" has many meanings including the Chinese word for road or path, sometimes referred to as Tao. The way to Dao Sushi & Thai Restaurant and Bar, which opened in October in the former Canoe Club and Johnny's Char-House building in Orland Park,...
  • Chef Art Smith responds to D&G remarks with family equality brunch

    Chef Art Smith responds to D&G remarks with family equality brunch
    In the wake of controversial remarks by designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana (of the fashion house Dolce & Gabbana) regarding the children of same-sex parents and in-vitro fertilization, angry celebrities launched a campaign to boycott the brand....
  • Taste on Chestnut to host chefs' fundraiser

    Taste on Chestnut to host chefs' fundraiser
    On March 24 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Taste on Chestnut (505 Chestnut St., Winnetka, 847-441-0134) will celebrate the culinary talents of Chicago's best Latin chefs with a charitable evening of music, salsa dancing and food. The participating chefs are...
  • Restaurant review: The Duck Inn

    Restaurant review: The Duck Inn
    For a restaurant that's been open a little more than three months, The Duck Inn has deep roots. The Bridgeport restaurant, created in December by chef Kevin Hickey (as part of his partnership with Rockit Ranch Productions), occupies a corner tavern that...
  • Shake Shack plans to open in Old Orchard mall

    Shake Shack plans to open in Old Orchard mall
    Shake Shack plans to open its third Chicago-area location at Westfield Old Orchard Mall in Skokie, the upscale burger chain confirmed Tuesday. Shake Shack opened its first Chicago restaurant, at 66 E. Ohio Street, in November. It plans to open a...
  • Rahm, Chuy pressing flesh at a parade? It must be springtime

    Rahm, Chuy pressing flesh at a parade? It must be springtime
    It is a rare sight indeed to see mayoral candidates playing retail politics so late in the year, about as rare as seeing mythical beasties. But these weren't unicorns or griffins. These were political men, Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia...