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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 […]

Happy New Year! 14 eateries for the Jewish High Holidays

No need to fuss over fixing meals for the Jewish High Holidays — restaurants will do it for you. A variety of Chicago eateries are prepared to serve traditional-style menus for the two nights of the Rosh Hashana, dinner preceding Yom Kippur and suppers for breaking your fast afterwards. Unless otherwise mentioned, Rosh Hashana menus […]

Friday food porn: Middle Eastern delight

A lovely cool meal for hot nights, the vegetarian combination plate at Pita Inn in Glenview, Skokie and Wheeling features hummus, baba ghannouj, tabbouleh, falafel, stuffed grape leaves and Jerusalem salad, served with house-made pita bread, $6.99. After sunset during Ramadan, which began last night and continues through Aug. 18, expect to see many Muslim […]

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 […]

Have a happy Leap Day!

Feb. 29 If you’re one of those rare folks who only has a birthday every four years, these restaurants want to offer you a free entree on Feb. 29. Phil Stefani’s 437 Rush on the Magnificent Mile Riva Crab House on Navy Pier Tuscany in Little Italy Oak Brook and Wheeling It’s a buy-one-get-one free […]

100 Chicago restaurants open Christmas Day 2011

You don’t have to cook Christmas dinner.

65 Chicago places to eat Thanksgiving dinner, 2011

North Side, South Side or in the Chicago suburbs, you don’t have to cook your own Thanksgiving dinner. Chicagoland restaurants offer bountiful holiday feasts. Call for hours and menu details. Reservations are highly recommended if not required everywhere. Many restaurants also offer complete Thanksgiving dinners for carry out — several days’ notice is typically required. […]

Eat this! Penne all’arrabiata, angry pasta of Rome

A simple Italian dish, penne all’arrabbiata features penne rigate, small, ridged tubular pasta cut diagonally into “quills,” dressed with tomatoes, garlic and chilies.

Top 10 Chicagoland Father’s Day freebies for 2011

Have a ball with your dad this Father\’s Day, and enjoy free giveaways from Chicago restaurants.

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.