Mayor Emanuel’s picks for reading, dining, and recreation, from fly fishing to Faust to Four Moon Tavern
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Is Matthias Merges and Graham Elliot’s Gideon Sweet the second coming of Yusho?
The Randolph Street restaurant is a reunion of sorts for the celebrity chefs, but it’s in some ways also a rebirth.
More than 1.2 million people could be getting partial refunds for red light tickets, and other Chicago news
Also, CPS is expecting about 8,000 fewer students for the 2017-2018 school year.
The amaro craze now has its bible, Amaro: The Spirited World of Bittersweet, Herbal Liqueurs
You can make amaro from weeds and bubble gum, and more wisdom from Brad Thomas Parsons’s new book.
Logan Square bar and restaurant crawl, Record Store Day, and more things to do in Chicago this weekend
Tattoos for Tails, About Face Theatre’s Wonka Ball, and more happenings from April 15-17
What six Chicago bartenders would drink if they were stranded on a desert island
Paul McGee and five other local drink slingers pick a favorite libation—and where in Chicago they like it best.
Cocktail Challenge: Za’atar
Challenged to create a cocktail with za’atar, Marta Jean Evans of Longman & Eagle makes a historically inspired drink.
Cocktail Challenge: Fireball
Challenged to create a cocktail with Fireball whiskey, Stephen Andrews of Billy Sunday makes a ball of fire.
Cocktail Challenge: Three-penis wine
Michael Rubel of Henry’s Swing club serves Chinese rice wine made with deer, seal, and dog penis over ice.
Cocktail Challenge: Red Bull
Challenged to make a cocktail with Red Bull, Lee Zaremba of Billy Sunday classes up the energy drink.
Cocktail Challenge: Duck fat
Challenged to create a cocktail with duck fat, Brian Bolles of Maude’s Liquor Bar tries to overcome its “thick, heavy flavor.”
What happens when all-star chefs get in bed with Big Food?
Culinary icons from Paul Kahan to Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz to Matthias Merges, Ina Pinkney to Homaro Cantu have forged unlikely relationships with brands such as Nestlé, Kraft, and Lean Cuisine. The results might surprise you.
A10, the much-anticipated Hyde Park restaurant, is for now a B minus
A10, Matthias Merges’s much-anticipated Hyde Park restaurant, gets a B minus for now.
137 tasty things from 2013
I ate it all.
Our favorite restaurants of 2013
Our favorite restaurants of 2013: From suburban ramen to west-side barbecue to tiki time in River North