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  • Veterans Day specials at local restaurants

    Veterans Day specials at local restaurants
    Have military ID and are hungry? Veterans Day is Tuesday, and some local outposts of national chains are showing their gratitude by offering their grub gratis to military veterans. The specials are available all day, except for at Red Lobster, where you...
  • Attorney appeals for breaks to pump milk during Illinois bar exam

    Attorney appeals for breaks to pump milk during Illinois bar exam
    By the time she sits for the Illinois state bar exam in February, Kristin Pagano will have spent more than $1,200 registering for the test and will have studied eight hours a day for months to commit to memory the case law and legal rules on everything...
  • Restaurant review: Juno

    Restaurant review: Juno
    I'm assuming — hoping, really — that Jason Chan is running out of challenges. The restaurateur, who battled throat cancer to open Juno (which quickly became one of the most popular restaurants in town, and clearly one of the two or three...
  • Navy Pier to get two Lettuce Entertain You restaurants

    Navy Pier to get two Lettuce Entertain You restaurants
    Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises is bringing two of its restaurants to a new food area at Chicago's Navy Pier in December. Big Bowl Chinese Express and Frankie's Pizza by the Slice will set up shop in the former South Arcade of the pier, Lettuce...
  • Embeya chef incorporates training, heritage into his cooking

    Embeya chef incorporates training, heritage into his cooking
    Stopping by Embeya (564 W. Randolph St., 312-612-5640) in the midafternoon, as the waitstaff presents final checks to lunch customers and reset tables, while the kitchen staff busily ramps up for dinner service, you get a sense of anticipation. In-between...
  • New hipster Freehand hostel planned for downtown

    New hipster Freehand hostel planned for downtown
    A highly styled, high-end hostel will join a crop of new hotels sprouting up downtown. The Freehand Hostel, set to open in spring 2015, has set aside 40 percent of its planned 217 rooms for shared sleeping, with rooms featuring four to eight beds,...
  • Jerry Pfister joins Tribune Editorial Board as community member

    Jerry Pfister joins Tribune Editorial Board as community member
    Editor's note: Jerry Pfister is the latest reader to join the Tribune Editorial Board as its community member. A longtime Chicago Tribune reader, Jerry Pfister, 64, says his love for newspapers goes way back to his days as a kid with a paper route in...
  • Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town

    Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town
    Mini-review: Charlatan 1329 W. Chicago Ave. 312-818-2073 Rating: 2 1/2 (out of four) Take it or leave it Three Aces in Little Italy is a rare combination. It's a spot where you can play pool, toss back shots and then sop up the regret with fluffy...
  • Thanksgiving is almost here. Have you made reservations?

    Thanksgiving is almost here. Have you made reservations?
    Need I explain? Thanksgiving. Places to celebrate. Buffets and plated dishes. Carryout options. Go. Acadia. Contemporary Thanksgiving menu featured 1-7 p.m. Five-course dinner, $75, $125 with optional wine pairings. 1639 S. Wabash Ave., 312-360-9500...
  • Online poll: Longwood Gardens has best restrooms in U.S.

    Online poll: Longwood Gardens has best restrooms in U.S.
    Children who know they are visiting Longwood Gardens can be forgiven for not going to the bathroom before they leave the house. After all, going to the bathroom is one of the highlights of visting Longwood. So it was no surprise Wednesday when Longwood'...
  • Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?

    Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?
    When Hot Doug's closed its doors in October, Chicago lost its greatest argument for waiting in line for food. The hysteria of its final month caused freethinking people to stand 12 hours for a hot dog. Now that Doug's is but a wiener figment in our...