The longtime bartender is hosting a release party for his historical cocktail book devoted to the “most iconic mixer in the world.”
Challenged to make a dish with doenjang, DeLost combines her knowledge of Korean cooking and Italian desserts.
No longer a boys’ club, the restaurant in the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel is a retreat from Michigan Avenue madness.
Chef-owner David de Quay gives Lincoln Park a taste of southeast Asia by way of the Low Counties.
The employees of a company that builds custom bars gave up their break room so you could eat mock Scotch eggs.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, May 12
The Dawson is a great bar with pretty good food.
There’s more weird history behind the now-closed diner than you know.
Boka chef Carl Shelton serves sassafras with the animal that eats it.
Gage chef de cuisine Peter Coenen holds his nose to work with sun-dried tomatoes.
Chicago booze enthusiasts (including Reader staffers) share their expert tips for drinking across the city, from morning to late night to the morning after.
The Good Food Festival, a curling and lasagna event, Saint Patrick’s Day specials, and more.
Local restaurants to participate in Chicago’s Culinary Crossroads during the G8 and NATO summits.
Dining in vintage rail cars, a preview of Nellcote, a crawfish-eating contest, and more
In this week’s Food & Drink: Key Ingredient sugarcane, Barn & Company, ten new restaurants