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The Longman & Eagle and Dusek’s chef plays it relatively safe with a meaty menu in Wicker Park.
A tomato festival, a mussels festival, a Schnitzelfest, your chance to hang out at a Bocuse-style competition, a celebration of new Filipino cooking, and more.
It’s finally time to feed your face, alfresco.
Four locally brewed beers from a bygone era
The Jean Banchet awards are announced, and show that our scene is still about where real people eat.
Fire-roasted hunks of meat are the centerpiece at Tony Mantuano and John Hogan’s River Roast, but stick with the smaller plates if you don’t want to get burned.
The neighborhood deserves better than what chef Jared Wentworth has brought to the table at the Promontory.
It oozes goo like a deep-fried Twinkie at the county fair.
Will Duncan’s party in a box dispenses drinks and music.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, June 1
Kevin McMullen’s food seems to be lifting the curse on Andersonville’s The Brixton.
An alternative look at the past year on Chicago’s food scene
Our favorite restaurants of 2013: From suburban ramen to west-side barbecue to tiki time in River North
Our guide to the best places to be when 2014 starts