The Chop Shop’s multidisciplinary butcher/bar/restaurant/performance space does a lot—and does a lot with a little.
Dusek’s borrows a few tricks from Longman & Eagle—but it’s its own thing, too.
Paul McGee’s tiki bar is an island paradise amid the River North flotsam.
Gogi Korean barbecue reignites the fire.
Tanta: Peruvian time is nigh.
Tony Hu’s latest might be the best Chinese restaurant in River North, but it’s the worst in his empire.
Topolobampo’s Andres Padilla turns cock’s combs into an elegant summer plate.
Endgrain: The good, the bad, and the biscuit
Pick a meatball, any meatball (but probably not the shrimp kind) at J. Rocco.
Parson’s Chicken & Fish is a summer party at a hipster Harold’s—for now.
The Logan Square quick-service restaurant serves grilled chicken and grilled chicken only.
At the River North barstaurant Central Standard, a culinary tour of flyover country
Lincoln Square’s Rainbow Cuisine recalls the glory days of authentic Thai food.
At River North’s new American Junkie, Kendal Duque makes hay from cliches.
Kristine Subido’s Filipino-ish chicken joint hasn’t yet lived up to its promise