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Amy Morton of Found Started At Morton’s Steak House

Amy Morton Of  Found Fosters a True Sense of Community Amy Morton   Matt Kirouac: For you, how does the hospitality industry dovetail with your altruistic philosophies for giving back and supporting the community?                         Amy Morton : Being involved in the hospitality world and […]

Brunch Bites: The Breakfast Queen’s New Book and Ada Street’s New Brunch

Brunch is a booming business for restaurants 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 around town. Here are your latest brunch bites. In this week’s batch of […]

Chicago Marathon Specials Worth Running For

The Chicago Marathon kicks off this weekend, October 13, and along with it a number of restaurants in town are offering carb- and protein-heavy Marathon specials to help fuel runners and those who love them. And carbs.   There are a few times out of the year when it’s acceptable and outright encouraged to break […]

Brunch Bites: Brunch Begins at Doc B’s Restaurant and a Meaty New Bloody Mary

Brunch is a booming business for restaurants 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 around town. Here are your latest brunch bites. (Behold the Public House […]

Sweet of the Week: Pandan-White Chocolate Mousse at OON Restaurant

Chicago is a city with a sweet tooth, packed with unique pastries and desserts in every neighborhood restaurant and bakery. I’m a guy with a sweet tooth, so each week I’ll report on a different dessert you need to try. I mean, I’ll eat more than one dessert of course, but only one standout confection […]

The Quintessential Fall Foods From the Quintessential Foodies

_ Few things personify fall quite like butternut squash. In a myriad of forms, the Ninja Turtle-hued gourd takes over menus this time of year, and people love it. Paul Fehribach of Big Jones cites butternut squash soup as his quintessential fall dish. He likes his topped with fried sage and truffle oil, heavy on ginger, allspice, […]

Small Plates, Big Flavors at Kurah Mediterranean Tapas

Small plates and big flavors abound at Kurah Mediterranean Tapas in the South Loop. I must confess that I am usually not one for small plates. The idea of ordering a slew of diminutive dishes and being coerced by servers into sharing them is not something I often look for at dinner. It reminds me too […]