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  • Why theater and restaurants have grown together in Chicago

    Why theater and restaurants have grown together in Chicago
    Chicago, you likely have figured out by now, has more than its expected share of theaters and cutting-edge restaurants. This week at the Goodman Theatre, you can see a relatively rare collaboration between the two dominant local cultural industries....
  • Plan a picnic at these local gems

    Plan a picnic at these local gems
    The spot: 31s Street Beach and playground (3100 S. Lake Shore Drive, 312-742-5121, cpdbeaches.com/beaches/31st-Street-Beach) Why it's a gem: The trifecta of an awesome ADA-accessible playground, beautiful beach with southern views of the skyline, and...
  • Shedd BLU's Brazilian Festa

    Shedd BLU's Brazilian Festa
    Overlooking dramatic views of Chicago's skyline, the John G. Shedd Aquarium's Auxiliary Board hosted BLU, an annual fundraiser that attracted nearly 800 guests to its lakefront home on July 26. This year, the Brazilian-themed "festa" celebrated Shedd's...
  • Restaurants, day care may open in Willowbrook

    Restaurants, day care may open in Willowbrook
    Two new restaurants, a day care facility and a swim club may be coming to Willowbrook. Village trustees recently received documents related to the businesses and could vote on them in August, according to officials. Oishi Sushi is looking to open in a...
  • Four stars for the new Spiaggia

    Four stars for the new Spiaggia
    Food photography has become one of my favorite assignments in Chicago. When I came to the Tribune five years ago this was the aspect of my job where I had the least experience. Restaurant reviews weren't a big part of my previous papers. Now Thursdays...
  • Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas

    Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas
    Tete Charcuterie, as the name suggests, is the four-month-old West Loop restaurant that specializes in grinding meats and reassembling them into tubular/loaf form. From this kitchen comes two of my favorite dishes I've tasted all year, but both take a...
  • At Epiphany Farms, owning both farm and table

    At Epiphany Farms, owning both farm and table
    Fame can be as alluring as lights for a moth. If you're an aspiring chef, the spotlight shines no brighter than in a big city like Las Vegas. Sin City was where Ken Myszka cooked six years ago, working for superstar chefs Guy Savoy and Thomas Keller...
  • Potbelly posts 2Q results slightly ahead of weak forecast

    Potbelly posts 2Q results slightly ahead of weak forecast
    Potbelly Corp. posted a second-quarter profit that was slightly better than the sandwich chain suggested it would be in July, and said that is disappointed in results at longstanding locations. Potbelly said its priority is to increase visits to its...
  • Shoe Carnival opens in Orland Park

    Shoe Carnival opens in Orland Park
    Evansville-based Shoe Carnival has opened its 24th Chicago area store at Lake View Plaza at 159th Street and LaGrange Road in Orland Park. "We are excited to open a new Shoe Carnival location in the Orland Park area," Todd Beurman, senior vice president...
  • 100 Best Wine Restaurants includes seven in Chicago

    100 Best Wine Restaurants includes seven in Chicago
    Seven Chicago restaurants are among the 100 on Wine Enthusiast's list of best wine restaurants. The magazine's annual list honors restaurants with "unique wine programs." The local restaurants are: Blackbird, 619 W. Randolph St. Girl & the Goat, 809...
  • Dining out on July 4? Better check

    Dining out on July 4? Better check
    Some of Chicago's most well-respected restaurants will be closed July 4, which is mildly surprising only because July 4 is a Friday this year. Nevertheless, many restaurants, facing a very slow day of business anyway (July 4 is great for carryout, not...