Like us on Facebook!


David Lissner
Publisher
 
SEARCH
for restaurants

Best New Restaurants in Chicago 2014

Best New Restaurants in Chicago 2014: Best New Restaurants in Chicago 2014: Every year brings a bevy of incredible new dining and drinking destinations to Chicago, a city that has risen up the ranks to become one of the world’s quintessential food cities. Here are some of my favorites from the past year.   It […]

Hyde Park Shows No Sign of Slowing With Plein Air Cafe & Eatery

The next big thing to land in this South Side Neighborhood is: Hyde Park Plein Air Cafe & Eatery Plein Air Cafe & Eatery, coming this month to the University of Chicago area. Any question as to whether this neighborhood has the wherewithal to become the hot new ‘hood is rapidly being debunked by a […]

New Year’s Bubbly Tips From the Chicago Restaurant Pros

New Year’s is all about the bubbly, but selecting the right one can be a daunting endeavor. Here to help are some Chicago restaurant pros weighing in on suggestions for selecting the perfect Champagne. Restaurants: Frontera Grill, Hearty Restaurant, Vie Restaurant, Perennial Virant, Yusho, Radler/D.A.S., Billy Sunday, A10 New Year’s and Champagne ne go together like […]

What to Eat This Week: Whiskey at Double A, Katherine Anne Confections’ New Lunch Menu, and Everything at A10

From subterranean whiskey-sipping to lunch in a chocolate shop and a new restaurant in Hyde Park, here’s what you should be eating and drinking this week in Chicago. (A look at the A10 kitchen) By Tuesday night, you’ll likely be more than a little worn out from the work week already. Drown your sorrows in […]

What to Eat This Week: Whiskey at Double A, Katherine Anne Confections’ New Lunch Menu, and Everything at A10

By Tuesday night, you’ll likely be more than a little worn out from the work week already. Drown your sorrows in your BFF whiskey. A special whiskey tasting is on deck for November 5 at Double A, the clandestine, subterranean River North bar. The latest installment of their monthly Tippling Tuesdays series, the Tippling Bros. bring […]

Chicago slides cafeterias into America

This summer marks the 120th anniversary of the World’s Columbian Exposition. The Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 introduced quite a few new foods, both directly and indirectly. The six-month-long fair put the blue ribbon on Pabst Beer, brought Chicagoans tamales and Vienna Beef hot dogs and led to the invention of the brownie. The fair […]

29 last-minute Chicago ideas for Valentine’s Day 2013

Uh oh, you forgot to make Valentine’s Day reservations! We’ve got you covered. As of today, these restaurants were reporting they still had openings. You can make reservations right from within Dining Chicago, too. But hurry, we don’t guarantee they’ll still have openings. Aquitaine, French bistro, Lincoln Park. Bin 36 global, River North. Branch 27, […]

Six spots for chicken in September

September is National Chicken Month. Check out these birds: Rustic House in Lincoln Park roasts free-range organic chickens with rosemary, thyme and garlic and offers them to go with sides such as roasted garlic mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, 3-cheese potato gratin, brussel sprouts with pancetta and thyme and sauteed spinach with garlic. The take-out spread […]

100 Chicago restaurants open Christmas Day 2011

You don’t have to cook Christmas dinner.

UChicago scholars debate merits of Jewish foods

A University of Chicago tradition since 1946, the 65th annual Latke-Hamantash Debate takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Mandel Hall in Hyde Park. Tobias Moskowitz, Fama Family Professor of Finance; Richard Rosengarten, associate professor in the Divinity School; and Malynne Sternstein, associate professor in Slavic Languages and Literatures and the College will […]