A descendant of a New Orleans minichain surfaces in Logan Square.
Tag: Hot Doug’s
Do a Doubleday
Ride the Red Line for a cross-town series featuring both the city’s baseball teams.
Cafe Tola is building an empanada empire
Lakeview’s tiny empanada emporium goes for big flavor in Hot Doug’s former digs.
Eat chili to help the Arts of Life Band release their first album
The Arts of Life Band raise funds for their first album, postpunks Ganser continue a busy 2016 with a new EP, and more.
I don’t miss Hot Doug’s
The unending hype surrounding Doug Sohn’s shuttered sausage emporium is ludicrous.
Luke’s Lobster serves a proper lobster roll in the Loop
The NYC minichain brings a Taste of Maine to Chicago.
Is Hot ‘G’ Dog a worthy successor to Hot Doug’s?
Emphatically yes. And there’s no line—yet.
Hot Doug’s came and went—but Hot Doug’s memorabilia is forever
Plus a beer-comics combo event at Arcade Brewery, Sauced Night Market, and more fun food stuff.
Thirty of Chicago’s most important moments in food
Nearly two centuries of Chicago’s culinary milestones, from its first lunch counter to its first Olive Garden
A tribute to Hot Doug (with video)
It is Hot Doug’s last day, sic transit gloria mustard.
Worlds collide with the Hot Doug’s-Butcher & Larder sausage collaboration
Butcher and sausage maker collaborate to make something “completely ridiculous and over the top.”
Reader’s Agenda Wed 7/2: FitzGerald’s American Music Festival, Hideout Veggie Bingo, and Human Feel
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, July 2
Best place worth a wait
Best hot dog
Dinner at Edzo’s: Burger shop opens for dinner at long last
Talking to Eddie “Edzo” Lakin about his first four years as a famous burger chef.