Will Tracy and Seth Reiss[‘s] time in Chicago helped inspire their view of fine dining, and several experiences they had in and around Chicago are actually reflected in The Menu.
Michael and Helen Cameron launched Uncommon Ground in 1991 as a tiny coffeehouse at Grace and Clark near Wrigley Field, eventually expanding it into a full-service restaurant and music venue. […]
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago artist and musician Erin Page.
Interrobang’s beautifully acted production can’t make up for an overdetermined script.
Also, public health officials warn passengers about a possible measles exposure at O’Hare.
Also, Alderman Howard Brookins Jr. is running for a Cook County judgeship.
Also, the miserable sub-zero temperatures and wind chills are expected to last through New Year’s.
Also, Grace restaurant has closed its door for good.
Also, a Republican state representative is considering running against Rauner.
Brian Fisher upends expectations in an unlikely spot: Lakeview.
Curtis Duffy, Koval Distillery, and more were celebrated by the elite culinary group.
Also, 26 Chicago restaurants earned stars in the new Michelin guide.
The fine-dining sibling to the Loyalist is worth a splurge.
James Beard Awards went to three Chicago chefs and restaurateurs during the 2016 ceremony at the Civic Opera House.
Two cheers for the newly announced 2015 menus at Next