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Where to Feast on Fried Chicken in Chicago

The sun is shining, the temperature is heating up and cravings for summery classics like fried chicken are at an all-time high, making it an apt time to round up some of Chicago’s finest variations of this all-American specialty. From new dishes to timeworn favorites, here’s where to get your fix right now. Feed: While […]

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Sep 08, 2018 10:26 PM
Dine in Summer Style at These Waterside Restaurants

  Summer in Chicago is the best time of year to dine with a waterside view overlooking sea-sized Lake Michigan, drinking in the panoramic views as you simultaneously drink wine, cocktails and beer. Whether it’s a skyscraper-sized view or a casual cafe, these are some of your best options for beachy views and waterside vibes […]

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Sep 01, 2018 08:05 PM
Weekly Planner: Brunch News Edition

Brunch News Edition Lowcountry Adds Brunch Fasten those bibs, because brunch is served at Lowcountry. The South Loop outpost of the boil-in-a-bag seafood concept, which specializes in Cajun-style shellfish, has added weekend brunch to its popular portfolio. A slight departure from its usual eat-with-your-hands bag-centric menu, the brunch offerings span a spectrum of Southern comforts, from […]

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Jun 18, 2018 09:51 PM

Weekly Planner: Arami Omakase, Mr. Brown's Lounge, National Margarita Day


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Omakase at Arami

One of the best sushi restaurants in Chicago just got even better, with the addition of two new omakase experiences at Arami. The menus, which are tastings that change on a daily basis based on what’s freshest and what the chefs deem best, provide a unique, dynamic approach to the “chef’s choice” template. The first option is a nine-course meal for walk-in diners comprised of dishes from sushi chef Nelson Vinansaca and chef Joseph Fontelera from the hot kitchen. Ideal for first-timers and last-minute guests looking for something immersive and exploratory, the ever-changing menu features some of Arami’s staple highlights and some off-menu selections. The other omakase experience focuses more on sashimi and sushi — nine courses worth. Sake, wine and/or beer pairings are available with both tasting menus. Both options are available until 8:00 p.m., with prices starting at $110 per person. 

February Specials at Mr. Brown’s Lounge

In case you haven’t yet paid a visit to West Town’s wonderful Jamaican oasis, Mr. Brown’s Lounge, February is an apt time to get hooked. All month long, the restaurant and bar is running a slew of specials for Black History Month, through the eyes of Jamaicans. This includes $4 Red Stripe all day, all month long, plus weekday happy hour from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with $3.50 Red Stripe and $6 Island Rum Punch. Food-wise, the Wing ’n Ting special features two grilled jerk wings with a scoop if island mac & cheese and Ting, a Jamaican grapefruit soda. The $10 special is available daily until 9:00 p.m. Wednesdays are all about the wine, with 50% off all bottles, while the Bob Marley Party Package contains 50 fried wings, island mac & cheese, plantains, carrots, celery, pita, ranch and a bottle of Mista Brown’s Original Jerk Sauce for $95. 



Old World vs. New World Wines at ENO Wine Room 

Oenophiles, take heed. There’s a fun little event taking place at ENO Wine Room at the InterContinental Chicago Hotel that you won’t want to miss. It’s a veritable smackdown between Old World and New World wines, as part of ENO’s ongoing ENOversity series. Taking place February 18 at 6:00 p.m., the educational, interactive event features bottles and pours from different regions of both Old World and New World wine regions. This means wines from France, Italy and Spain (Old World) will be poured alongside those from places like California, Oregon and Argentina. In addition to the vino, guests will get to snack on cheeses, chocolates and charcuterie. Tickets are required and cost $55 per person. Snag yours on ENO’s website. 

National Margarita Day at Tuco & Blondie

Now here’s a food holiday we can get on board with. National Margarita Day takes place February 22, and in honor of the sacred occasion, Tuco & Blondie is celebrating with a special margarita flight. The flight contains three 4-oz. margaritas including the smoky Mezcal Margarita, the Black Cherry Margarita, and the Classic Margarita. Available during lunch and dinner, the flight costs $10.  

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Wine, cheese and exotic chocolates complement each other at this unique hotel wine lounge.

Jamaican-focused restaurant offers authentic fare (from beef patties to oxtails to jerk chicken), music and staff in a contemporary atmosphere. Some highlights include a family recipe for island-style mac and...

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If you’re hungry, chow down. If you’re thirsty, drink up. We have room for all. Bring your family for a belly-filling meal in our restaurant, walk up to the indoor...

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