Theaster Gates’s Washington Park restaurant may be setting the stage for a soul-food comeback.
Don’t worry about filling up; it’s an inevitability, given the heaps and heaps of well-cooked, deeply flavored soul food.
This week in Food & Drink: Ruby’s Restaurant and other soul food spots, two new “urban” taquerias, Key Ingredient fish eyeballs, underground dining society Tuesday Night Dinner, Fireston Walker Double Jack Double IPA, and more.
Food for the Soul Nine survivors Ace’s Soul Food Cafe 432 E. 63rd | 773-675-8469 $ BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER: SEVEN DAYS The cooks at H&A Restaurant, a legendary Chicago “soul […]
Southern and soul food restaurants
Opening up my little black book of restaurants.
Last week I spent a fair amount of time doing laborious data-scrubbing of our restaurant listings; by way of making lemonade from lemons, here are some of the more intriguing […]
Soul food savants Rob Lopata and Peter Engler weigh in on biscuits, corn bread, and hoecakes.