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  • New Italian restaurant Formento's dazzles in the West Loop

    New Italian restaurant Formento's dazzles in the West Loop
    New- and old-school sensibilities unite at Formento's. Review: Formento's 925 W. Randolph St. 312-690-7295 Rating: !!!! (out of 4) Already hot There are a lot of things Chicago doesn't need more of: potholes, corruption, red light cameras and polar...
  • Unicorp to build 'Slate' restaurant near Trader Joe's

    Unicorp to build 'Slate' restaurant near Trader Joe's
    Orlando-based Unicorp is tackling a completely original upscale restaurant, called Slate, in the Dr. Phillips area. “It will be very unique, farm-to-table and chef-driven,” said Unicorp president and owner Chuck Whittall. “It will...
  • A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale

    A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale
    If you want to understand Adana, a Middle Eastern restaurant in an industrial corner of Glendale, you should probably order what the menu calls the cheese platter. At $11, it is by far the most expensive appetizer, although it resembles a plate that...
  • New breakfast experience to come to downtown Geneva

    New breakfast experience to come to downtown Geneva
    To restaurant entrepreneurs and self-proclaimed foodies Pete Kostopoulos and Spiro Kouvelis breakfast should be an indulgent dining experience. The theory is, just as patrons would during an evening out, breakfastgoers should be able relax at a bar...
  • Valentine's Day prep helps fill restaurants

    Valentine's Day prep helps fill restaurants
    It takes more than Cupid's arrow to make Valentine's Day romance at Orlando's Le Coq au Vin restaurant. A week before the big day, the staff at the French restaurant is prepping for the big day, which will includered napkins, roses anda four-course...
  • Chazz closure came amid lawsuits

    Chazz closure came amid lawsuits
    The recent closure of the popular Harbor East restaurant Chazz: A Bronx Original came without apparent warning or immediate explanation from its owners. But court records show that the restaurant and its owners have faced legal actions in recent years...
  • College of DuPage's Breuder: 'Bobby Knight of college presidents'

    College of DuPage's Breuder: 'Bobby Knight of college presidents'
    In a recent note to College of DuPage employees, President Robert Breuder shared some well-worn advice for a happy life. "Live simply and appreciate what you have," he wrote in his weekly newsletter. "Give more. Expect less." The message struck some...
  • Hampton Restaurant Week offers great deals through March 8

    Hampton Restaurant Week offers great deals through March 8
    The next Hampton Restaurant Week will take place March 1-8. Restaurants will offer special prix-fixe menus, including two-course lunches for $10 and three-course dinners for $20-$30. A list of participating restaurants and menus will be posted,...
  • Embracing a grain called freekeh, with help from the experts

    Embracing a grain called freekeh, with help from the experts
    The great grain parade keeps on growing. You've mastered barley, farro and even quinoa, are you ready to get freekeh? The latest entry in the seemingly ever-expanding universe of whole grains, freekeh is a Middle Eastern grain made from green wheat...
  • Springs Landing Fine Country Pub pairs five-star food with small-town friendliness

    History is full of romantic stories starring lone travelers, weary and cold, coming upon quaint country pubs and finding shelter and fellowship for a night. Modern life, with our zippy cars, GPS apps and chain restaurant-filled strip malls, makes these...
  • A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice

    A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice
    To get to Gjusta, you tool past Santa Monica's Main Street boutiques, past Jonathan Borofsky's leering ballerina clown on the corner of Main and Rose, and turn left just after the giant Claes Oldenburg binoculars that mark Google's Los Angeles offices....