Now the Ukrainian Village clubstaurant would do well to settle down.
Tag: small plates
The best new Chicago restaurants of the year
Seventeen spots where you could escape the Great Garbage Fire of 2017.
MFK offers an underground refuge
The Spanish-focused seafood spot is a testament to virtuous simplicity.
The audacity of Michael Sheerin’s Cicchetti
Former Blackbird chef Michael Sheerin is taking Venetian food somewhere new.
Azzurra EnoTavola is the season’s Italian sleeper
Azzura EnoTavola offers simple, soulful Italian food from the folks behind Anteprima and Bar Ombra.
Stick with tradition at J. Rocco
Pick a meatball, any meatball (but probably not the shrimp kind) at J. Rocco.
At American Junkie, Kendal Duque makes hay from cliches
At River North’s new American Junkie, Kendal Duque makes hay from cliches.
On West Town’s Shaman, small plates, and first dates
With restaurants as with dates, it’s hard to fall in love.
Boystown frites and more in this week’s Food & Drink
In this week’s Food & Drink: Boystown’s Wood, Key Ingredient curly parsley
Welcome to the gayborhood
Boystown’s Wood packs a punch despite the punchline
Red Door is a great hangout with a few hang-ups
Red Door: Bucktown gastropub is a great hangout with a few hang-ups
A barman departeth, a newcomer chef shines
In this week’s Food & Drink: Michael Kornick and David Morton’s new barstaurant, Ada St.; Key Ingredient colatura; tried-and-true spots for small plates
Bar Toma: a wine bar for everyone
Tony Mantuano’s new Bar Toma tries too hard and falls short.
Best new food trend
Food trucks voted best new food trend