Lenten fish fries are a delicious and ubiquitous part of the Catholic midwest.
Former C Chicago chef Bill Montagne makes a big comeback with cured fish in a tiny Lakeview deli.
Fast-casual fish high above Millennium Park
Mount Prospect’s Qulinaria tries to spiff up meat and potatoes.
The Spanish-focused seafood spot is a testament to virtuous simplicity.
Evanston’s Boltwood is unpredictable—and that’s not a complaint
Edgewater’s Herb wants to “redefine” Thai
New Asia, a Vietnamese restaurant on the far-west side of Lincoln Square, has a secret weapon: freshly slaughtered chickens.
Cocello, Brendan Sodikoff’s new Italian spot, enters a crowded field.
Joe Fish, Rosebud Restaurants’ new seafood house, is for ballers.
Challenged to cook with sumac, Do-Rite Donuts chef Francis Brennan tarts up long johns with the acidic Middle Eastern spice.
The decade-old restaurant and flagship of the Boka group maintains its relevance.
Japonais by Morimoto: At the top of the sushi food chain
Kinmont falls short of doing great things with sustainable seafood.
Spicy Thai Lao is in a blink-and-you-miss-it south-suburban strip mall. But you don’t want to miss it.