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  • It was one of those 'I'll try anything once' things

    My eyes scanned the menu, appetizers and wraps and sandwiches and all. Did I want a fish sandwich? Mac 'n cheese? A fish sandwich with a side of mac 'n cheese? It was a lovely day in the Big Bad 'Burgh. My boyfriend and I just finished walking through...
  • Mini-review: Saucy Porka

    Mini-review: Saucy Porka
    Mini-review: Saucy Porka 400 S. Financial Place 312-662-1351 Rating: 3 (out of four) Off to a good start Located on an odd little side street in the Financial District, Amy Le's Asian-Latin fusion lunch spot has the feel of a neighborhood restaurant...
  • Food truck fry-off

    Food truck fry-off
    Serving fries from a food truck would have been a futile effort under Chicago's former regulations. Who wants to eat a pre-packaged batch that's fried in the morning and sits under heaters all day? After an ordinance allowing on-board cooking passed...
  • Haven's Provisions Market, with 30 taps, to open in Old Towne Orange

    Haven's Provisions Market, with 30 taps, to open in Old Towne Orange
    Orange County craft beer lovers' anguish is over. Haven Collective is opening in the same space as the much-missed Bruery Provisions in Old Towne Orange. The Bruery Provisions had sold bottled beer, cheeses and poured a selection of the Bruery's popular...
  • Salt Life is good

    Salt Life is good
    I've followed many a Salt Life bumper sticker on I-95, but until Salt Life Food Shack came along, I never knew much more about this two-word idiom. Salt Life — an homage to Florida fishing, surfing and swimming — is a lifestyle brand with...
  • Slaying of Baltimore civil rights protester still unsolved

    Slaying of Baltimore civil rights protester still unsolved
    Everyone begged William Lewis Moore not to go to Mississippi. His pastor told him he would get killed walking around in a sandwich board sign protesting segregation. His family worried about where he would sleep and eat. Even fellow civil rights...
  • 'Arrested Development': 10 foods the Bluths ate; you can do better

    'Arrested Development': 10 foods the Bluths ate; you can do better
    “Arrested Development” is so close we can taste it, and it tastes like a mix of cornballs, hot ham water, martinis for breakfast and just a hint of frozen banana. To get you fully prepared for Season 4 (15 episodes!) to be released Sunday on...
  • Bergstein's NY Deli to open in Hyde Park

    Bergstein's NY Deli to open in Hyde Park
    Bergstein’s NY Deli, which has brick-and-mortar location and food truck in the south suburbs, will open its new location in Hyde Park by early September. Located near the intersection of Woodlawn and 55th Street, the new Bergstein’s NY...
  • Ready to rumble?

    For all of those hoping that the interleague competition between the Orioles and the Washington Nationals would turn into an honest-to-goodness regional rivalry, there is good news to report as both teams prepare for the four-game home-and-home series...
  • The Admiral's Cup grows up

    The Admiral's Cup grows up
    For Baltimoreans of a certain age, the name "Admiral's Cup" conjures up images of boozy Fells Point nights and dirty bathrooms. The legendary dive bar closed in 2007, reopening last fall under the ownership of Kali's Restaurant Group, the company that...
  • A good meal can still be had during hurricane

    In Florida, we share a history of bad dinner guests. You may not have had personal contact with Katrina, Ivan, Wilma, Charley, Frances and their buddies who blew through in recent years, but it's likely you know someone who did. When hurricane season...