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Chicago’s best food trucks?

There are food trucks and then there are food trucks. There are the old-fashioned roach coaches selling coffee and plastic-wrapped sandwiches that tend to serve construction sites and factories. There are every kid’s’ summer loves, ringing through the neighborhoods with ice cream on a stick. Then there are the new gourmet trucks that ply River […]

18 Passover 2013 ideas in Chicago

Does Bubbe need a little help this Passover? Whether you’re hosting a seder at home, want to enjoy it in a restaurant or just want a taste of the holiday before the real thing begins, area chefs are prepared to assist. Reservations and advance orders strongly recommended. Bebe’s Eatery at the Chicago French Market offers […]

9 places to celebrate Passover 2012 in Chicago

Passover, the Jewish commemoration of the Biblical Exodus, begins at sunset Friday, April 6. If you don’t have a seder to go to, a variety of local restaurants stand ready to provide you with traditional holiday fare. Many provide Passover meals to go as well, but call now to order. Mity Nice on the Magnificent […]

8 Chicago places for Hanukkah latkes

Applesauce or sour cream? Hanukkah starts tonight at sunset and continues for eight days. Score your potato pancakes at a different place every day. Angel Food Bakery, Ravenswood. Ashkenaz, Gold Coast. The Bagel, Lakeview and Skokie. Eleven City Diner, South Loop. Frances’ Deli, Lincoln Park. Manny’s, South Loop. Max’s, Highland Park. Steve’s Deli, River North.

100 Chicago restaurants open Christmas Day 2011

You don’t have to cook Christmas dinner.

Carlos’ closing after 30 years

After celebrating its 30th anniversary, Carlos’ Restaurant in Highland Park will close New Year’s Day. Carlos and Debbie Nieto’s venerable North Shore restaurant will reopen sometime thereafter as a new concept called Nieto’s. Meanwhile, a variety of events will allow patrons to say farewell to the old Carlos. Throughout November, special menus revive greatest hits […]

Take tea with Mrs. Potter Palmer on the North Shore

Take tea with Chicago’s historic hostess with the mostest! Bertha Honore Palmer, wife of millionaire real estate magnate Potter Palmer, presided over a glittering social scene at the end of the 19th century. Recreated by Leslie Goddard, she will preside over an elegant afternoon tea sponsored by the Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance at 1 p.m. […]

Seven free wine tastings in Chicago

Drink up, Chicago. It’s free! Wine lovers can sample a variety of vintages at these tastings.

14 places to celebrate Passover 2011 in Chicago

Passover, the Jewish commemoration of the Biblical Exodus, begins at sunset Monday, April 18. While most Jews will gather for ritual meals called seders at family homes, if you don’t have a seder to go to, a variety of local restaurants stand ready to provide you with traditional food, if not always services.

55 Chicago-area restaurants open Christmas Day 2010

You don’t have to cook on Christmas Day in Chicago. Scores of restaurants and bars will be open to serve you, many serving special holiday meals. Call ahead to check on hours and menus; reservations may be required. 33 Club, Old Town, American 676 Restaurant and Bar, Loop, American Allgauer’s Restaurant, Alsip, American Ann Sather, […]