A ex-Chicago butcher makes a home in northern Michigan.
This deli outpost of an old-school Italian bakery underperforms and overprices.
The Quartino chef publishes Risotto & Beyond.
A take-out slice joint goes upscale in Albany Park.
Unfortunately, it’s not even the best Italian restaurant in River North.
Soho House’s public pizzeria does Neapolitan pies all right—and you don’t even need a head shot.
Formento’s adjunct sandwich shop introduces the Florentine Italian beef.
An Egyptian pizzaiolo comes to Chicago via Milan.
People are packing it in at the chain’s new location on Addison.
A dispatch from the near future of our restaurant scene, with a side of pasta.
An assessment of the restaurants, bars, and food stalls in Eataly, the River North Italian mega-emporium
On Thursdays the all-Italian emporium offers a lean version of the classic pork roast sandwich.
Your guide to locally produced red Nutella
A Q&A with the vested one
The Eataly partner on the simplicity of real Italian food