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Mother’s Day Dining Guide

Mother’s Day Dining Guide: Mother’s Day Dining Guide: Chicago Mother’s Day brunch is a serious matter. You can’t just serve toast on a plate and call it breakfast-in-bed. As the biggest brunch holiday of the year, it’s vital to get Mother’s Day brunch done right. Fortunately, you can’t walk one block without hitting a Mother’s Day […]

Fried Chicken & Waffle Mondays, Mexique’s Cultural: Weekday

Fried Chicken & Waffle Mondays:   Fried Chicken & Waffle Mondays Comfort food helps the Monday medicine go down smoother. Namely, fried chicken and waffles. Inspired by the fanatic success of their late-night fried chicken and waffles, Charlatan is now offering fried chicken & waffles as a weekly special on Mondays from 5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. […]

Cinco de Mayo Guide 2015: Dining and Drinking Guide 2015

Cinco de Mayo Guide 2015: Cinco de Mayo Guide 2015:   Cinco de Mayo is the time to go nuts with tequila and tortillas, and Chicago’s got its fair share of both in limitless iterations. Here’s where to eat and drink on Cinco de Mayo:…………CONTINUE:     SEE FULL STORY For more about Chicago Steaks: CHICAGO BEST […]

First Taste: Oak + Char

First Taste: Oak + Char: Oak + Char refines modern Midwestern dining in River North.   When rumblings of a new restaurant began formulating for the former Graham Elliot space, it seemed the restaurateurs were hell-bent on checking off every dining cliche in the books. There were the two random words strung together by a […]

Catalina Wine Mixer Part 2, Spring Saturday Supper: Weekend Planner

Catalina Wine Mixer Part 2:   Catalina Wine Mixer Part 2 After you’ve sufficiently boozed and shred on Friday, relax with a leisurely prix fixe Saturday supper at Birchwood Kitchen. Taking place from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., the spring-inspired dinner features choice of starter, with options like sweet pea soup and goat cheese galette, followed […]

Off Site Bar Dining, Forbidden Root Beer, Latin Dance at Prairie Grass Cafe, Lunch at Ani

Off Site Bar Dining, Forbidden Root Beer:   Daily Dining at Off Site Bar New happenings are afoot by Longman & Eagle‘s executive chef Matthew Kerney, who’s implementing a new daily menu at adjoining Off Site Bar. Available starting at 5:00 p.m. nightly, the menu promises to change seasonally and conceptually, with the first iteration inspired […]

Dry-aged Beef Day, Wine 101, Pisco Sour Class: Weekend Planner

Dry-aged Beef Day, Wine 101, Pisco Sour Class: Weekend Planner   Dry-aged Beef Day at Eataly Beef up your weekend with a visit to Eataly on Dry-Aged Beef Day, Friday, April 17. For one day only, Eataly is showcasing dry-aged beef by offering two cuts of prime dry-aged beef at bargain prices, aka 50% off. Typically […]

Barn & Company and Dollop Bake Shop: Brunch Bites

Barn & Company and Dollop Bake Shop: Barn & Company and Dollop Bake Shop Brunch is a booming business in Chicago, and it can be hard to navigate the ins and outs, especially when so many strollers are blocking the way. Each week we highlight some of the most notable brunch news and dining happenings […]

Where to Dine and Drink Al Fresco

Dine and Drink Al Fresco   With the fickle wintry spring we’ve had in Chicago, it’s about time patio season is here to stay. Check out some of the best spots to dine and drink al fresco around town.   Feels like warm weather is finally here to stay (through the summer at least). Per […]

Hit a Hot Dog Home Run

Hit a Hot Dog Home Run:   It seems like just yesterday baseball season was ending. That’s probably because baseball season lasts 13 months out of the year. At any rate, opening day of Major League Baseball is in fact just around the corner on April 6, so it’s time to rev up those ballpark cravings […]