The longtime bartender is hosting a release party for his historical cocktail book devoted to the “most iconic mixer in the world.”
Our country has always privileged the powerful—a group that, historically and presently, has consisted almost exclusively of straight white men. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’ve only intensified their avaricious push to feed the rest of us into the grinder in order to prop up a broken, inhumane economic system. It can feel […]
Pastry chef Dana Salls Cree’s novelty ice cream shop is a genuine antidote for end-time anxiety.
In a new documentary, filmmaker Jack C. Newell captures the life cycle of chef Jake Bickelhaupt’s dearly departed Uptown restaurant.
Also, a Republican state representative is considering running against Rauner.
Once infamous for its excesses, the influential restaurant from mercurial chef Michael Carlson has transformed itself into a fertile proving ground for Chicago’s next generation of young culinary talent. Now that it’s all grown up, has Schwa lost its edge?
Also, an analysis of how the “Laquan effect” has changed Chicago.
Also, 26 Chicago restaurants earned stars in the new Michelin guide.
The fine-dining sibling to the Loyalist is worth a splurge.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the city’s best restaurants and chefs feed their workers
Grant Achatz’s flagship serves simple, well-executed food during staff meals.
In the West Loop, John Shields and Karen Urie Shields’s casual subterranean answer to the Smyth holds its own.
Alinea 1723 N. Halsted 312-867-0110 alinearestaurant.com Runner-Up: Grace
James Beard Awards went to three Chicago chefs and restaurateurs during the 2016 ceremony at the Civic Opera House.
The ticketed eight-seat bar inside the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel offers a history lesson via vintage spirits.