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  • Passover dining options from Phil Vettel

    Passover dining options from Phil Vettel
    Passover begins at sundown Friday, and, as always, Chicago's restaurants are prepared. Some dining and carryout options: Beatrix. Holiday-friendly pastries and desserts, including raspberry macaroons ($2.95), gluten-free flourless chocolate cake ($8....
  • Review: Tete Charcuterie's Restaurant Week menu

    Review: Tete Charcuterie's Restaurant Week menu
    We're heading into the homestretch of Chicago Restaurant Week (it ends Thursday), so if you haven't maximized the opportunity to dine at some of Chicago's finest restaurants for considerably less expense than usual, time's a wasting. Charcuterie,...
  • Shaw's Chicago celebrates 30 years with oysters, cocktail event

    Shaw's Chicago celebrates 30 years with oysters, cocktail event
    Shaw's Crab House Chicago (21 E. Hubbard St., 312-527-2722) is turning 30 and will be bringing in some friends to celebrate. On Feb. 22, the seafood chain will feature an oyster-and-cocktail pairing event with mixologists from other Chicago restaurants....
  • Juno, Lettuce creating new sushi restaurant

    Juno, Lettuce creating new sushi restaurant
    Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises will team with Juno owners Jason Chan and B.K. Park to create Nishiguchi, an intimate and innovative sushi restaurant. Nishiguchi (2300 N. Lincoln Park West, no phone yet) will be built into a former private dining room...
  • Chinese New Year specials in Chicago

    Chinese New Year specials in Chicago
    In honor of Chinese New Year this Feb. 19, a number of restaurants are rolling out special celebratory menus. Here are the ways that Chicago eateries will be ringing in the new year next week. Fat Rice: This year, Fat Rice (2957 W. Diversey Ave., 773-...
  • Felony Franks granted second chance in Oak Park

    Felony Franks granted second chance in Oak Park
    Felony Franks, the hot dog stand that employs ex-offenders, is re-opening in Oak Park Thursday. The original restaurant at 229 S. Western Ave. opened in 2009 and became irresistible for local media — “Food so good, it’s criminal”...
  • 2015 James Beard Awards finalists announced

    2015 James Beard Awards finalists announced
    This year’s James Beard Foundation Awards, the 25th edition of the “Food Oscars,” aren’t just notable for Chicagoans because of the local representation of nominees. For the first time, the gala is being held outside the Big Apple,...
  • Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant

    Stephanie Izard to open Chinese-inspired restaurant
    Stephanie Izard (Girl & the Goat, Little Goat Diner) is preparing to open a third restaurant in Chicago's Market District. Duck Duck Goat (857 W. Fulton Market) will open sometime in the late summer, a few doors west of The Publican (and two blocks...
  • 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....
  • Beer and whiskey events at Fountainhead, Carriage House, more

    Beer and whiskey events at Fountainhead, Carriage House, more
    Several Chicago restaurants are brewing up beer and whiskey events. From craft beer and single cask whiskey tastings to bourbon and beer dinners, here is a selection of upcoming events for beer and whiskey connoisseurs. The Bar on Buena (910 W. Buena,...
  • Updated: Go meatless with these pepper and egg sandwiches

    Updated: Go meatless with these pepper and egg sandwiches
    I grew up Catholic, back in the days when that meant that every Friday was a meatless Friday (Catholic kids have it so easy these days). And my mom was an old-school Irish cook (killing germs was Job One) who did unspeakable things to fresh fish. And so I...