These modest Chicago imprints have gotten so good at what they do that they’re shaping music scenes far and wide.
Wally’s World hosted more than 100 shows over three years, but after a nine-day good-bye blowout, it’s waiting for the wrecking ball.
The West Loop’s Tanoshii Sushi Mike’s offers a similar menu to its original Andersonville location, but with sake and cocktails.
Challenged to create a dish with fennel pollen, Quartino chef John Coletta shows off the summery spice.
Challenged to create a dish with calves’ brains, Michael Lachowicz of Restaurant Michael goes superclassic.
Challenged to make a dish with geoduck, Zoe Schor of Ada St. prepares the enormous clam two ways.
What’s on the Agenda for Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Sunny pop, 80s brilliance, and a limber young jazz trio