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  • Corrections and clarifications for Nov. 29, 2014

    In Thursday's Dining section, the answers to the "Chef scramble" feature were in the wrong order. Here is the correct sequence: 1. Graham Elliot, 2. Tony Mantuano, 3. Grant Achatz, 4. Stephanie Izard, 5. Charlie Trotter, 6. Beverly Kim, 7. Rick Bayless, 8. Alpana Singh, 9. Catherine De Orio, 10. Ina Pinkney, 11. Richard Melman, 12. Phil Vettel, 13. Kevin Pang, 14. Steve Dolinsky.
  • Restaurant review: River Roast ★★

    Restaurant review: River Roast ★★
    I would call 3-month-old River Roast a can't-miss concept, except that concepts have missed at this address before. River Roast sits inside the historic Reid Murdoch building, in a sprawling space that once was home to Bob Chinn's (a short-lived attempt...

    Chicago Gourmet: One tasty weekend

    Chicago Gourmet: One tasty weekend
    Dean Schmiedt, a 64-year-old pharmaceutical consultant from Fort Ripley, Minn., was all set to fly to Chicago Friday with his psychologist wife, Karleen, for their third straight Chicago Gourmet when they arrived at Minneapolis-St. Paul International...

    Spike Mendelsohn wins Chicago's Hamburger Hop

    Spike Mendelsohn wins Chicago's Hamburger Hop
    Spike came. Spike cooked. Spike conquered. Spike Mendelsohn, whose Good Stuff Eatery restaurants are in the Washington D.C., and Philadelphia areas, was guest chef and big winner in Friday night's Hamburger Hop, besting 14 other competitors. The...

    Restaurant review: Spiaggia ★★★★

    Restaurant review: Spiaggia ★★★&#9733
    This is not your father's Spiaggia. It isn't even Obama's Spiaggia. Chicago's finest Italian restaurant (and a favorite of You Know Who) closed for three months at the beginning of the year to accommodate a Mark Knauer redesign and send its about-to-...