Not that we’re not sad for everybody else.
The city, last year was deemed to have the most outstanding restaurant in the country, made a less than impressive showing this year despite hosting the event.
The Logan Square restaurant’s cookbook documents one of the world’s oldest fusion cuisines.
The Chicago-based brand of a spirit made in Goa, India, is intriguing mixologists at GreenRiver and Fat Rice.
The tiny, red-lit bar in the restaurant’s former waiting room is doing surprising things with cocktails.
Ryan Pfeiffer of Blackbird and Abraham Conlon of Fat Rice were this year’s Key Ingredient Cook-Off winners.
Taste and vote for your favorite dish created by 15 of Chicago’s most outstanding Chefs using one of four specific ingredients assigned to each chef!
Fogo’s Peri Peri Portuguese-style vs. Fat Rice’s Macanese style
The Jean Banchet awards are announced, and show that our scene is still about where real people eat.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, May 9
The lineup features several winners from last year’s KICO: Barry Sorkin (Smoque) and Paula Haney (Hoosier Mama Pie Shop), who won their categories, and Abraham Conlon (Fat Rice), who won overall.
Fat Rice is expanding—into cha gordo, a Macanese take on dim sum brunch.
This year’s James Beard Awards short list gets Chicago pretty well.
How this year’s crop of top chefs have performed in Reader features.
The past year of our chef-to-chef challenge has included lobster guts, durian, and pig uterus (some of it a little burned).