Farewell to one of Chicago’s most iconic restaurants.
The restless innovator and Michelin-starred chef bares his soul in a new graphic novel.
A phone call to PolyScience in Niles resulted in the popularization of immersion circulators in restaurant kitchens.
Melman’s Lettuce Entertain You chain did just as much as Charlie Trotter to make Chicago a center for innovative cuisine, the Reader‘s Elizabeth M. Tamny argued back in 2006.
The Randolph Street restaurant is a reunion of sorts for the celebrity chefs, but it’s in some ways also a rebirth.
Also, the passenger dragged from a United Airlines plane at O’Hare reportedly suffered a concussion, lost two front teeth, and had his nose broken.
A longtime Bayless vet brings midscale southern Mexican to a neighborhood rife with taquerias, tamaleros, and chicken joints.
Looking back at the life and autobiographical essays of the late chef Homaro Cantu of Moto
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, Matthias Merges’s much-anticipated Hyde Park restaurant, gets a B minus for now.
Underground dinner Sous Rising will go street level with 42 Grams next month.
Next serves steak, Lee Wolen to Boka, Burt’s pizza is back, a Mangalitsa pig dinner benefit at Lula Cafe, and more.
Watching the latest Michelin ratings unfold throughout the day
On the coverage of the death of Charlie Trotter
The chef who created Chicago’s fine dining scene has died.