Chef Diana Dávila is making imaginative, original Mexican food in Andersonville, a neighborhood that doesn’t always embrace culinary talent.
Modernist dining and daring cocktails at Andersonville’s Premise
In this week’s Food & Drink: GT Fish & Oyster, Hot Doug takes on chicken feet for Key Ingredient, Cocktail Challenge seaweed, raw milk farmstead cheese, and more
Shadows on the Gulf: A Journey Through Our Last Great Wetland, the latest from Beard-award-winning writer Rowan Jacobsen (A Geography of Oysters), was released last week, and in its honor chef Bruce Sherman of North Pond (2610 N. Cannon, 773-477-5845, northpondrestaurant.com) is hosting a five-course dinner and discussion on Wednesday, May 18, at 6:30 PM. […]
Best new restaurants of 2010, Key Ingredient chef’s challenge: geraniums, Saigon Sisters, and more
Behind Pasticceria Natalina’s closing, and why our Acre review is already outdated. Plus: kickstarting a brewery.
In this week’s Food & Drink, the recently opened Vincent, Davanti Enoteca, and Chicago Q, plus recommended restaurants in Andersonville.
Thirteen recommended bakeries
Zut alors! Boozy griottines, or French sour cherries, at the Matchbox are a sweet deal.
Two shoe-ins for LTHForum Great Neighborhood Restaurant awards
Fall and winter pastries previewed at Pasticceria Natalina.
Pasticceria Natalina gone fishin’ until next Saturday.
Pasticceria Natalina 5406 N. Clark 773-989-0662 It wasn’t a good day for marzipan. The previous night Natalie Zarzour had slept only two-and-a-half hours in the shop where she now stood building a cassatine–a miniature cassata, the elaborate glazed and fruit-bedecked Sicilian Easter cake. Under normal circumstances it takes her just an hour or so to […]
Sicilian sweet shop Pasticceria Natalina opens in Andersonville.