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  • Grille Twelve24 has tasty Peruvian food

    Grille Twelve24 has tasty Peruvian food
    In recent years, Peruvian restaurants have popped up throughout the city and suburbs — think Pisco in Elkridge and the much-loved Puerto 511 near the downtown library. Grille Twelve24, which opened in Mid-Town Belvedere last fall, is one of the...
  • Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef

    Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef
    If you are fond of visiting Los Angeles restaurants in their first months, you have run into chef Kris Morningstar a lot, probably more times than you can imagine. He has cooked at Shutters and AOC, Grace, Meson G and Opaline, Casa and the weird rooftop-...
  • 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...
  • Ramen shop Furious Spoon opens in Wicker Park

    Ramen shop Furious Spoon opens in Wicker Park
    Furious Spoon (1571 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-687-8445), the latest outpost of chef Shin Thompson, opened Wednesday in Wicker Park. Thompson, who has served as chef at fine dining establishments such as Kabocha and Bonsoiree, said he has loved ramen...
  • Chef Ludo Lefebrve talks about the future of pop-ups

    Chef Ludo Lefebrve talks about the future of pop-ups
    Big impact in a little package — it's Ludo Lefebvre's recipe for success. From a string of too-hot pop-up restaurants to hosting ABC's one-bite food competition show "The Taste," Lefebvre understands the power of fleeting flavors that leave big...
  • 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...
  • Chip's Family Restaurant, Wethersfield

    If I look out my living room window, I spy, with my little eye, an IHOP. It's easy walking distance. And while I have only good things to say about the chain, if I get that craving, I drive a couple of towns away to Chip's Family Restaurant (which I...
  • Lehigh Valley food events include Valentine's Day at Hamilton Kitchen, McCoole's, Leaf

    VALENTINE'S AT HAMILTON KITCHEN 1 If you're looking for somewhere to dine with your Valentine, head out to The Hamilton Kitchen, 645 W. Hamilton St. in Allentown. There's a special menu planned for Valentine's that includes shrimp cocktail trio,...
  • Pickling earns a top spot on chefs' shelves

    Pickling earns a top spot on chefs' shelves
    Pickling, one of the oldest methods of preserving foods, dates to ancient Mesopotamia, according to the New York Food Museum. Christopher Columbus stocked pickles on his voyage to the New World to keep his crew fed and free of scurvy. Sandra Baker,...
  • El Mercado Food Court: A Bounty Of Latin American Choices

    El Mercado Food Court: A Bounty Of Latin American Choices
    Though the capital city has been my home for nearly 14 years, I had never been to the La Plaza El Mercado on Park Street, a claim always met with astonishment from other Hartfordites: "A food guy like you has never been to El Mercado?" Until now, it was...