Henry Prendergast of Analogue gets down to basics with a pizza-and-Bud michelada.
Violet Hour bartender John Smillie has his way with a two-whey flip.
Ted Cox “Just steps from the lake . . . “ For several years this spot on Pratt Boulevard “just steps from the lake,” as the rental ads would tout it, was home to Cafe Suron, a decent BYO Middle Eastern restaurant that closed only when the owners retired. The neighborhood hasn’t had much luck […]
Griffin Benko of Lone Wolf harks back to the 1860s with a goose-fat-enriched warm ale flip.
An excellent casual-Italian restaurant has come to a prime Loop location inside Symphony Center.
Jonah Frank of Trenchermen revivifies the Corpse Reviver #2 with Spanish paprika.
Dan Smith of Barrelhouse Flat finds a Boilermaker-inspired “beer seasoning” that makes his cup runneth over.
The third year of the Reader‘s Cocktail Challenge brought nonfoodstuffs and the nastiest ingredient yet.
Wade McElroy of the Sportsman’s Club crafts a truffle-oil pousse-cafe that passes the taste test.
Eat, drink, and be merry at tomorrow’s free preview event for the latest project from Heisler Hospitality.
Austin Skiles of Lone Wolf uses the processed foodstuff in a twist on the negroni.
Boston University anthropologist and cookbook author Merry “Corky” White signs the 40th-anniversary edition of a classic collection illustrated by William Koren.
The New Yorker staff writer and David Foster Wallace biographer reads and takes questions; Mark Caro moderates.
Rachael Smith of Bar DeVille “doubles down on fish” in a pink-and-blue margarita.
Three expats from England bring European-style gastropub fare to the far-north side.