Along with Chicago’s many beaches and tons of interesting things to do—plus the fact it’s relatively cheap to live here and generally fairly easy to get around without a car—our city’s diverse, affordable, and appetizing eating scene is one of the main things that makes this a terrific place to live. I first came up […]
Wok this way to a subcontinental chicken wing that demands your respect.
When you’re stuck with 50 kegs of ale slated for Trump Tower and then Donald insults Mexican immigrants, what do you do?
The hefty new Street Food Around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture features a host of well-traveled local contributors.
Brazilian fruit, sidewalk cafes, the Hirsch Gupta at Rebar, and more
The state of Illinois might start shutting down your favorite independent ice cream makers.
Julia Thiel, Mike Gebert, and a host of Chicago chefs, restaurateurs, and restaurants picked up nominations today for the annual James Beard awards, aka the “Oscars of the food world.”
The Reader is a finalist for two 2010 Beard Awards, for feature stories by Mike Sula and Cliff Doerksen.
As reported by Monica Eng, the Health Department has destroyed thousands of dollars’ worth of perfectly good food.
There’s a whole mess of Chicago Beard nominations.
New nat’l barista champeen hails from the Chicago Broadway store.
Chefs accuse local food enthusiasts of oversharing.
Talks, tastings, and other special events for the weekend and beyond.