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  • Review: Table Fifty-Two's Chicago Restaurant Week menu

    Review: Table Fifty-Two's Chicago Restaurant Week menu
    Table Fifty-Two (52 W. Elm St., 312-573-4000) is one of the prettiest, most charming restaurants in Chicago. Much like its chef/partner, the famed Art Smith, Table Fifty-Two exudes Southern charm and hospitality. And from the bustling main dining room...
  • Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine

     Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine
    When three Chicago financial trading firms traveled to Washington, D.C., for a crucial meeting with federal regulators, they didn't go alone. They brought a man schooled in the ways of the capital who had recently received $182,000 in political...
  • Chicago Public Schools, some suburban schools closed

    Chicago Public Schools, some suburban schools closed
    Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren across the Chicago area will stay home from school Monday after Sunday's snowstorm dropped more than a foot of snow. Chicago Public Schools on Sunday evening announced its third weather-related closing this year....
  • Restaurants closing early due to the storm

    Restaurants closing early due to the storm
    If you have restaurant reservations for Sunday evening, better call ahead before venturing out of doors. A number of Chicago restaurants have already closed for the day, citing the blizzard that's hammering Chicago and the suburbs, and many more plan to...
  • Corrections and clarifications for Jan. 31, 2015

    •The name of the restaurant, That Little Mexican Cafe, was omitted from an "Eat this!" item in the Dining section Thursday. •In some editions Sunday, some information about Ernie Banks' family was incorrect. His daughter Alyna Olivia's mother...
  • 'Magic Cabaret's' success is no trick

    'Magic Cabaret's' success is no trick
    It was, if not magic, at least a bit eerie, hearing a voice out of the past. The voice belonged to Jay Marshall, one of the great practitioners of the ancient art of magic. He has been dead since 2005. But it was possible to hear his voice and almost...
  • New Evanston cafe aims to transport patrons to Paris

    If you've ever been to Paris, there's a good chance you stopped into the famous café and cake shop called "Ladurée," which is known for its high end, beautiful, and delightful pastries. The café was Pascal Berthoumieux's inspiration for Patisserie...
  • Bistros may lack hype, but they offer mighty fine dining

    Bistros may lack hype, but they offer mighty fine dining
    Look at the following restaurants. If they were around 20 years ago (and some were), these would have been the Girl & the The Goat, Nightwood, Avec of their day. Bistros stood atop the city's culinary scene, the default genre when the words "fine dining"...
  • Restaurant review: Next's 'Bistro'

    Restaurant review: Next's 'Bistro'
    Next restaurant, which morphs from one cuisine to another three times each year, has always promised, and always delivered, a culinary adventure. With "Bistro," the 13th menu in Next's glittering four-year career, it is the customer who chooses the...
  • Baconfest and Poutine Fest tickets on sale soon

    Baconfest and Poutine Fest tickets on sale soon
    Grab your wallet and elastic-waist pants: It's time to buy tickets for two of Chicago's most gluttonous food fests. General admission tickets for Chicago's seventh annual Baconfest go on sale noon Monday, Feb. 16. Tickets ($100) include admission to one...
  • Life forms ingredients for filmmaker's indie

    Life forms ingredients for filmmaker's indie
    In the Chicago-shot indie "Warren," filmmaker Alex Beh plays a barista by day, occasional improv performer by night. Put another way: He's a guy in his 20s struggling to get his act together. That post-grad sinkhole of unfulfilled ambitions is a...