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  • Another steakhouse for Schaumburg

    David Burke’s latest venture, Grillhouse by David Burke, opened Monday in Shaumburg and holds its first weekend service tonight (1301 American Lane, Schaumburg; 847-517-1600). The restaurant heralds itself as a modern American with a focus on farm-...
  • AYCE Singaporean chili snow crab, MC Jin at Pot, 'Top Chef' pop-up at The Nosh

    AYCE Singaporean chili snow crab, MC Jin at Pot, 'Top Chef' pop-up at The Nosh
    Starry Kitchen is closing down the restaurant Saturday to cook 2000 pounds of Singaporean chili crab legs. The giant crab boil will benefit the Japanese American Cultural Community Center. Tickets are $75 for adults and $65 for kids, and include all-you-...
  • Spirits of the harvest season summon you to enjoy craft beverages

    Spirits of the harvest season summon you to enjoy craft beverages
    Autumn often brings bright blue skies streaked with sunshine and bedroom windows cracked open to catch the crisp evening air, inviting in the aroma of crackling fireplaces, pine needles and sweet crushed fruit — apples, pears and grape mashes...
  • Upscale Gallo: Pasta, Pizza And Piedmontese Filets

    Upscale Gallo: Pasta, Pizza And Piedmontese Filets
    Gallo means rooster in Italian, and the rooster is a subtle theme in this contemporary Italian restaurant in Ridgefield. Gallo is also the name of the chef. Chef Raefaello Gallo comes from the Isle of Capri and lures diners with seasonal menus featuring...
  • A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts

    A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts
    Beneath this small farm town at the end of what's left of the Kings River, the ground is sinking. Going into the fourth year of drought, farmers have pumped so much water that the water table below Stratford fell 100 feet in two years. Land in some...
  • A South Philly story

    Editor's note: Along with Café Martorano in Fort Lauderdale and Martorano's Italian-American Kitchen at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Steve Martarono operates restaurants in Atlantic City and Las Vegas. His debut cookbook, "It Ain't Sauce, It's...
  • Best bets in and around the north and northwest suburbs, Oct. 23-29

    Best bets in and around the north and northwest suburbs, Oct. 23-29
    Event highlights for the weekend and beyond in and around the south suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit:triblocal.com/events. Family 5K and health fair The...
  • Object of Desire: Beurre de Baratte

    Object of Desire: Beurre de Baratte
    If you wander into the Grand Central Market on a Friday or Saturday morning, you may run into the Clark Street Bread pop-up, a long, plain table piled high with warm, freshly baked loaves. If you happen to be lucky enough to land a crackly, vaguely tart...
  • Hartford's Food Evolution: From Meatballs To Ceviche

    Hartford's Food Evolution: From Meatballs To Ceviche
    Two of Hartford's longest-standing restaurants would be unrecognizable to most present-day diners. And their founders likely wouldn't have predicted the city's rich diversity in the 21st century. First & Last Tavern, which opened on Maple Avenue in...
  • Dining Deals: Free eats and tasty savings at restaurants

    Dining Deals: Free eats and tasty savings at restaurants
    Hungry? Here's a roundup coupons and freebies to get you through the week: Boston Market: Free kids meal with an individual meal purchase; expires Oct. 31. Bubba Gump: 10 percent off with AARP card. Buca di Beppo: Save $15 on two pasta entrees;...
  • Is Portugal ready for its moment? If George Mendes' 'My Portugal' has its way

    Is Portugal ready for its moment? If George Mendes' 'My Portugal' has its way
    Cookbook shelves are overflowing with books about Spanish cuisine, Italian cuisine, French country cooking and even Greek taverna cooking. But Portuguese? Thin pickings. But now comes a new book by George Mendes, chef of Aldea Restaurant in New York City....