I asked where some of the best, high-end chefs in Chicago go after work for some good grease. Take note for some yummy, down and dirty spots. I know where I am going!
What factors make one restaurant better than another? Can you compare a roadside burger joint with an urban fine-dining restaurant?
Whether it was our mom's homemade lasagna or a memorable chocolate birthday cake, food has a way of transporting us back to the past.
While choosing to check out a game at Wrigley is an easy decision, deciding which of the many places to go before or after the game is difficult. Here are three suggestions for great places to go in Wrigleyville after a game.
In true starving artist fashion, I polled 20 artists on their late night dives, juicy joints, hidden gems, cheap eats and all-around favorite hole-in-the-walls in the city. Take note. There are some great finds here!
The small plate has taken over Chicago. But sometimes, especially in these subzero temperatures, all you really want is a hefty plate of delicious food that belongs to you and only you. Sharing completely optional.
Contrary to popular belief, Chicago is a wonderful year-round destination. Yes, Chicago's nickname is "The Windy City," which conjures up images of being blown down city streets by an icy wind off of Lake Michigan.
Trenchermen chefs/owners Michael and Patrick Sheerin stopped by The Interview Show to talk running their Chicago restaurant together, fighting in the walk-in and a lengthy sit-down with an annoying table.
We are a city with an international reputation for award winning restaurants and chefs, consistently taking culinary creativity to the next level. With this in mind, I asked 19 artists to weigh in on their favorite restaurants and chefs.
Brand gets creative with its BBQ and the results are pretty great, albeit extremely rich. You must get the creamed corn as a side, and if you go for mac and cheese, bring a friend or three.
Grace Chef Curtis Duffy returned to The Interview Show and brought along his partner, front-of-the-room and wine guy Michael Muser to talk about one of the most-anticipated restaurants in America.
As we gear up for another interesting Fear No Art presents The Dinner Party on Monday, October 29 at the Mayne Stage theater, I am excited to learn about the techniques of Executive Brown Trout Chef Sean Sanders.
We love food, but we also love getting wine drunk enough to eat the non-edible garnish and order an extra plate of fries. So when one of our favorite BYOB restaurants limited the alcohol a party could bring in, we were disappointed.
I have been singing the praises of Chicago as a cultural force since my first move abroad to Paris in 1986. However, there is no need take my word for it, or the promises of a government document.
Our Meatpacking District is the real deal: bloody, apron-clad workers moving pounds of meat and fish in the wee hours.