Whew. Sprout Executive Chef Dale Levitski made it through the first episode of Bravo's Top Chef All Stars, and man was it a nail-biter!
The hard-working staff of Alinea worked their a#@es off to get those three coveted Michelin stars.
(Photo: Michelin Guides) A Yelp user is claiming to have the scoop on the Michelin stars that will be awarded to Chicago's top re...
When Meals on Wheels had its annual Celebrity Chef Ball at Macy's on State earlier this fall, it was the first time chefs stood side by side with mixologists during the prestigious Chef's Table Dinner.
Boston-based celebrity chef Todd English is the next big name to mark his territory on Chicago's exciting dining scene.
Gold Coast luxury retailer Barneys New York just unveiled its Christmas window display, and guess who got his mug in the mix?!
This year, inspired by President Obama, I decided to head to Chicago for the perfect birthday that would make anyone very happy.
Alinea is Grant Achatz's modern masterpiece in the windy city. This was my experience at what many others and I consider the best restaurant in this country. There is nothing else even close to it.
I bring you a non-exhaustive round-up of my favorite vegetarian restaurant options in Chicago, organized by 100% arbitrary categories that I just made up. Add your own in the comments!
Shouldering in a restaurant in the City of Big Shoulders is never easy, but the Sandoval brothers have not only found some space on Kinzie Street for Mercadito -- they're widening their stance.
Jobs and opportunity are shifting away from giant corporations to small and mid-sized companies, where there is a growing commitment to "culture" -- the spirit of the place.
I had the opportunity to try out the new restaurant in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute, Terzo Piano. And, for what it's worth, I pronounce it an...
"I attribute our success here by doing things with food that are unusual and unexpected, while keeping in mind the most important thing we all love about food: taste."
The creator and executive producer of "Check, Please!" discusses the show, Barack Obama's appearance, his favorite Chicago restaurants and more.
How many times have you gone out to dinner, looked at the wine list and scoffed at the price of some of the bottles?
The life of a restaurant is not unlike a shooting star, burning brightly and then disappearing. Rare is the restaurant that is like a comet, finding its orbit with a steady glow of periodic attention.