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  • Portillo's poised to open Deerfield location in November

    Portillo's poised to open Deerfield location in November
    Portillo's appears headed to Deerfield after all thanks in part to the tenacity of the company and village officials. After it found the former South of the Border site on Lake Cook Road unsuitable in October, Portillo's has settled on a freestanding...
  • Bowery Bungalow does a Middle Eastern take on lamb belly, baby back ribs

    Bowery Bungalow does a Middle Eastern take on lamb belly, baby back ribs
    Name of restaurant: Bowery Bungalow. Chef/Owner: George Abou-Daoud (of Rosewood Tavern, Urban Garden, Bowery and more) opened Bowery Bungalow in Silver Lake this past October. The space is located on Santa Monica Blvd., just up the road from Sunset...
  • Planning a staycation in Western Springs

    Over the recent long holiday (for some) weekend, some friends did one of those "staycations" where you stick close to home and do vacation-y and tourist-y things in your own city. Of course, they all went in to Chicago. Which is fine, if you like all...
  • Up North of the border for Feb. 19

    Up North of the border for Feb. 19
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048; http://www.andersonartscenter.com. "In Living Color" by Madison Contemporary Fiber Artists and "Masks:Disguise, Expose, Celebrate" by Women's...
  • Veggie Wednesdays At Schoolhouse At Cannodale

    Veggie Wednesdays At Schoolhouse At Cannodale
    In the hands of Chef Tim LaBlant, vegetables are luxurious, even in the dead of winter in Wilton. Veggie Wednesdays at The Schoolhouse at Cannondale, a four-course farm-to-table vegetarian menu, $40 per person, runs through March. The menu changes...
  • 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...
  • The Year of the Goat, in 8 recipes

    The Year of the Goat, in 8 recipes
    Today marks the first day, and welcome to it, of the Chinese Year of the Goat, seen in lavish home-cooked feasts or at San Gabriel Valley restaurants that might sneak in a dragon dance or two in the course of the evening’s festivities. Happy New...
  • Mandel, Mustangs and Cadillacs highlight Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance

    Mandel, Mustangs and Cadillacs highlight Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance
    The world of collector cars will once again motor into South Florida Feb. 20-22 for the Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance. This ninth annual event will celebrate the Cadillac and the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, and the gala will feature standup...
  • Boozy Brunches That Go Beyond Bloody Marys And Mimosas

    Boozy Brunches That Go Beyond Bloody Marys And Mimosas
    Brunch somehow tastes better when there's a little splash of bourbon in your java, bubbles in your OJ or vodka in your tomato. These destinations for the leisurely weekend meal go beyond your standard-issue mimosas, teaming creative cocktails with your...
  • Ticked off! @thoughtless shoppers

    I'm ticked off at fast food drive-throughs that have an automated voice telling you to place your order the second you pull up to the menu. Then, after you slowly place your order for three items, the person actually working there asks you to repeat...
  • Dining Review: A place that does small town right

    Dining Review: A place that does small town right
    I fell in love last week. Not with a person or a thing but with a place, my hometown. Technically I live in La Crescenta but I’m talking about Montrose, the adorable shopping and eating district just down the hill. I’ve always liked Montrose,...