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  • Party in the park: Chef’s bbq benefit

     
    Celebrations for my recent triumph over a “food coma” came to a screeching halt, because my doctor says that people who live in Lincoln Park are not only at a higher risk for over indulging, but living anywhere in Chicago exposes people to the...
  • Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Bacon Month kickoff, a Frankie Knuckles film screening and more things to do in Chicago on Tuesday, March 31.  EAT That's What Cheese Said CH Distillery 564 W. Randolph St. 312-707-8780 Chefs from Analogue, Blackbird and Girl & the Goat join CH'...
  • You're drinking your beer too cold -- and here's why

    You're drinking your beer too cold -- and here's why
    I have a drinking problem, and it makes me order two beers at a time in bars and restaurants. My problem is this: We drink our beer too cold, America. Beer typically flows from taps and your fridge at a frigid 38 degrees, an ideal temperature for...
  • 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 Stephanie Izard's next restaurant is Duck Duck Goat, opening this summer in the West Loop

    Chef Stephanie Izard's next restaurant is Duck Duck Goat, opening this summer in the West Loop
    Chicago chef Stephanie Izard is ready to welcome another goat into the family: Her next venture will be a Chinese-inspired restaurant in the West Loop called Duck Duck Goat. Izard announced Feb. 19 that she will open Duck Duck Goat in partnership with...
  • Goats raised by urban farmers in Chicago for milk, cheese

     Goats raised by urban farmers in Chicago for milk, cheese
    Eric Staswick headed out to his goat shed and entered to the sound of soft bleating. "Hey, girl," he said, leading a calm-eyed Nigerian dwarf goat named Claire onto a milking stand outside. Claire contentedly munched grain as Staswick hooked her up to...
  • Chicago restaurants that repeatedly failed health inspections in 2014

    Chicago restaurants that repeatedly failed health inspections in 2014
    At least six Chicago restaurants have failed their city health inspection four times each in 2014, according to an analysis of Chicago Department of Public Health data published last week. That's the highest number of times an individual restaurant...
  • Ten @ 10: Food combinations that must stop

    Ten @ 10: Food combinations that must stop
    We're all for adventuresome cooking. Creative pairings intrigue us. Chick pea fritters with eggplant/tomatillo caponata (Girl and the Goat)? Yes, please. Chilled white beet soup with smoked trout garnish (Lula Cafe)? Bring it. But some combinations...
  • Bravo's Andy Cohen says Chicago's turn is coming

    Bravo's Andy Cohen says Chicago's turn is coming
    If you want to know why there’s not a “Real Housewives of Chicago,” Bravo TV exec Andy Cohen has the answer. Or not. “That's a good question,” Cohen told RedEye in a recent phone interview. “We’ve done...
  • Hotel Lincoln to feature rooftop lounge and coffee shop

    Hotel Lincoln to feature rooftop lounge and coffee shop
    There are plenty of rooftop lounges in the city, but it’s hard to find one where you can take in the sights from a distance. When it opens June 1, Hotel Lincoln’s rooftop bar and small plates restaurant (1816 N. Clark St.) will look out over...
  • Hello, pretty

    Hello, pretty
    Between all the stark industrial fixtures and reclaimed beams that have dominated design during the past five years, a glimmer of lightness has begun to poke through. "It feels like a new birth," said Karen Herold, vice president of design at Chicago's...