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  • Lettuce Entertain You to close Michelin-starred L2O

    Lettuce Entertain You to close Michelin-starred L2O
    L2O, the iconic Michelin-starred Lincoln Park restaurant that has been one of Chicago's most celebrated fine dining destinations, will close January 1, 2015. Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group said in a statement that L2O is "honored by the support...
  • Wednesday food links: L2O closes, gluten anxiety

    Wednesday food links: L2O closes, gluten anxiety
    What I'm reading today, from the world of dining: - Chicago magazine is reporting that L2O, the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant with two Michelin stars, is closing at the end of the year to reconcept. Chef Matthew Kirkley stays on board, and the...
  • Restaurant review: Salero ★★★

    Restaurant review: Salero ★★★
    Salero is barely 2 months old, but it has Chicago's dining scene buzzing. The Spanish-inspired restaurant is the latest from Wood owner Franco Gianni, and like Wood, is run by executive chef Ashlee Aubin, who is becoming a force to be reckoned with in...
  • Midwest travel: New Salem re-enactments, bluegrass fest

     Midwest travel: New Salem re-enactments, bluegrass fest
    Illinois Oct. 25-26: Fall Festival at New Salem, Petersburg. Costumed interpreters in Abraham Lincoln's hometown demonstrate typical fall events in 1830s Illinois, including meat smoking and wild game cooking. 217-632-4000, lincolnsnewsalem.com. Miles...
  • Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn

    Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn
    Pasture to plate. Field to fork. The bandwagon to promote close-to-home products and ingredients is crowded with chefs who know a whiff of opportunity when they smell it. Occasionally, the distance between farm and table is measured in yards, not miles....
  • Lake Bluff rallies after butcher loses lease

    Lake Bluff rallies after butcher loses lease
    When Rick Harness learned he was losing the lease on his downtown Lake Bluff meat shop at the end of January, he expected his customers to express condolences then, well, forget about him, he said. What happened instead was a total surprise. As the...
  • Honey, bees make chefs' lives sweeter

    Honey, bees make chefs' lives sweeter
    Honeybees in some parts of the country are mysteriously abandoning their hives and disappearing, but the hives on the rooftops of some Chicago-area restaurants that produce honey are thriving. Greg Fischer, the beekeeper of 40 hives at the Morton...
  • OCT 26 | World Premiere: "For Grace" a documentary by Kevin Pang

    OCT 26 | World Premiere: "For Grace" a documentary by Kevin Pang
    The world premiere of "For Grace," a documentary about Chicago chef Curtis Duffy from Chicago Tribune dining reporter Kevin Pang and Chicago-based filmmaker Mark Helenowski, will take place Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Portage Theater in Chicago. From the...
  • What Clicked: CTA reviews, Chief Keef and more

    What Clicked: CTA reviews, Chief Keef and more
    Folks couldn't possibly be expected to go to work on a Monday like today. But here you are—despite the beautiful weather—sitting in front of your computer once again. That's alright, we have your back with our weekly look back at are most...
  • Hot or not? Esquire hails Faith & Flower and Chi Spacca, TripAdvisor disses

    Hot or not? Esquire hails Faith & Flower and Chi Spacca, TripAdvisor disses
    Are we hot or are we not? This week, Esquire magazine named two local restaurants as among the best new spots in the country. But just last week, the travel website TripAdvisor released its annual 10 best list and there wasn’t a Southern...
  • Friends to remember chef Charlie Trotter with tribute in Orlando

    Friends to remember chef Charlie Trotter with tribute in Orlando
    Florida chef Norman Van Aken will host a reception in December at the swanky Orlando Ritz-Carlton to honor Charlie Trotter, a Chicago-based chef who died in 2013 and was revered as one of America's top culinary talents and restaurateurs. So why do we...