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  • Saigon Kitchen: Standout Chinese From The Pros

    Saigon Kitchen: Standout Chinese From The Pros
    Why on earth would a Chinese restaurant be named after a city in Vietnam? Upon asking, the short story is that it's a long story. The not-really-that-long story is that the owners grew up in Saigon. Saigon Kitchen sits tucked away down the alley that is...
  • Leesburg sees mini-wave of commercial development along U.S. 27

    Leesburg sees mini-wave of commercial development along U.S. 27
    LEESBURG — A mini-wave of commercial development is continuing for Leesburg, bringing new businesses and major renovations of existing buildings along U.S. Highway 27 and near Lake Square Mall. "In general, the economy is improving and we are...
  • Building the perfect Chicago hot dog

    Building the perfect Chicago hot dog
    Of all the regional foods out there, the one that's mystified me the most is the hot dog. Yes, hot dogs have deep roots in Chicago. A version was served during the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; they were popularized on countless street carts...
  • Taste of Chicago: Nice temps, nifty dishes on opening day

    Taste of Chicago: Nice temps, nifty dishes on opening day
    Five reasons to make a point of visiting the 33rd Taste of Chicago, which runs through Sunday at Grant Park: If you liked it last year, you'll like it this year. Taste of Chicago showed a profit last year, the first time in a long time it has done so...
  • Gravy train

    Gravy train
    Let's end the rumor right now. Steve Martorano is not closing his more-than-20-year-old Oakland Park Boulevard restaurant. Quite the opposite: He's in major expansion mode. Martorano's Italian-American Kitchen officially opened last weekend in...
  • Dine LA restaurant week: Where to get the best bang for your buck

    Dine LA restaurant week: Where to get the best bang for your buck
    Dine LA, the two-week Los Angeles restaurant tasting event, is happening July 14 to 27. Eateries around the city are offering special, prix-fixe menus designed to give diners a taste at a discounted price.  Those in the know use Dine LA as an...
  • Restaurant review: Bethlehem's The Brick builds much more than typical pizza

    When it comes to pizzerias, The Brick has a lot going for it. The brand-new ambience has a comfortable Mediterranean feel, and the well-crafted, made-from-scratch fare includes even desserts. This is not one of those ubiquitous neighborhood pizza palaces....
  • Savory Grille hosts Allium dinner

    Savory Grille is hosting a one-of-a-kind Allium Dinner starting at 6 p.m. July 15. Now, if the term "allium" doesn't make your mouth water, it should. This vast family of plants encompasses such intensely flavorful veggies as garlic, onions, ramps,...
  • Chan Lowe: Hate speech

    Chan Lowe: Hate speech
    Back at the dawn of time, one of my jobs was as a feature writer for the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Oklahoma City was a back-bench state capital whose citizens were nonetheless proud of their town. When the wind blew from one direction, you smelled the...
  • Dining with a Florida view

    Dining with a Florida view
    Unlike Andy Rooney, who once said, “I don’t like food that is too carefully arranged; it makes me think that the chef spent too much time arranging and too little time cooking. If I wanted a picture I’d buy a painting,” many of...
  • South Carolina's Beaufort: Where time slows down but still plenty to do

    BEAUFORT, S.C. If you are looking for a quiet spot to spend time as a family, where time seems to slow down but there is still plenty to do when you are feeling active, take a gander at Beaufort. This sleepy town is so picturesque that Hollywood has...