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  • Restaurants experimenting with pay-in-advance tickets

    SAN FRANCISCO With restaurant patrons increasingly jumping on the Internet to make reservations, some high-end eateries here and across the country are adding a new tech wrinkle: having their clientele pay for their meal in advance using an online...
  • Adelsheim events illustrate wine tasting dynamics

    Adelsheim events illustrate wine tasting dynamics
    It’s going to be a good week in Chicago to taste Oregon pinot noir. Famed winemaker David Adelsheim will be in Chicago this week, leading discussions of his Adelsheim Vineyard wines at three distinctly different (in formality and price) tasting...
  • Chicago lands 2 on Bon Appetit 'Best New' long list

    Chicago lands 2 on Bon Appetit 'Best New' long list
    Of all the national "best restaurants" listicles you see floating on the Internet, only a few have any semblance of credibility.  Bon Appetit's annual "The Hot 10: America's Best New Restaurants" list is one we keep an eye on, because the magazine's...
  • The Hudson Valley

    The Hudson Valley
    A road trip through the Hudson Valley can be finished in two or so determined hours. But better to take four days. Or two weeks. Or six months. The 150 north-south miles between New York City and Albany are so rife with riches that wading into them in...
  • Beating the heat at Le Garage

    Beating the heat at Le Garage
    Everyone has a remedy to beat the summer heat, from a trip to the pool to a snowball from a shack. At Midnight Sun, we prefer the tried, true and futile practice of complaining about unrelenting humidity over cold drinks at a comfortable bar. It...
  • Family business draws crowds for 'perfect burger'

    As he has every morning in Pittsburgh for 15 years, Dominic Piccola walks across Liberty Avenue from his home to Tessaro's, where he turns about 300 pounds of meat into ground beef for burgers. Passing the checkered barroom floor and the kitchen, the 62-...
  • Black truffles from Down Under conquer summertime menus

    Black truffles from Down Under conquer summertime menus
    From the truffle-infused beef-cheek ravioli at Babbo restaurant in New York to the all-black-truffle menu at La Toque in Napa Valley, California, the pungent mushroom has conquered the summer menu and is no longer just a treasured winter treat. The...
  • Taste test: Do-Rite's secret doughnut sandwich

    Taste test: Do-Rite's secret doughnut sandwich
    This being the year of the foodie ploy—cronuts, wonuts and so on—I grimaced when I heard about the secret spicy chicken sandwich served on a glazed doughnut at recently opened Do-Rite Donut & Chicken (233 E. Erie St. 312-344-1374) in...
  • Orlando chefs Norman Van Aken and Geoffrey Gable join Trotter Project

    Orlando chefs Norman Van Aken and Geoffrey Gable join Trotter Project
    Orlando chefs Norman Van Aken and Geoffrey Gable will participate in The Trotter Project this weekend. The initiative encourages chefs and diners to commemorate the anniversary of the opening of Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago and the ideals of...
  • Vietnamese sandwich offers a tasty, exotic lunch

    Vietnamese sandwich offers a tasty, exotic lunch
    Tasty discovery: Bahn Mi Jambon Pate sandwich Price: $4.25 Destination: Pho 83. 615 Pilot House Drive, Newport News. 757-873-8382. Pho83va.com. Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m....
  • Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza celebrates 20th anniversary

    Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza celebrates 20th anniversary
    Fernando Lopez Mateos opened the original Guelaguetza restaurant on 8th Street in Koreatown in August 1994, a restaurant that would become a Los Angeles institution serving the moles, tlayudas and banana-leaf-wrapped tamales of Oaxaca. When Lopez Mateos...