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Chicago Restaurant Week: January 27 – February 9, 2017

The reservation books are now open for the 14-day feast otherwise known as Chicago Restaurant Week. From Friday, January 27, to Thursday, February 9, dine at 300+ restaurants (including 66 new participants!) at deliciously low prices. Multiple-course meals pack in prix fixe deals with $22 brunch (new this year) and lunch options, and $33/$44 dinner options.

First Bites Bash 2016

It's the first foodie celebration of the year, and the date is set for Thursday, January 26, 2017. A new location at Navy Pier, a new celeb chef host and 32 new restaurants are on the lineup for this 1-night only tasting party. Start 2017 off with this stylish celebration of the Chicago culinary scene... and do it with a deal: Early Bird tickets have just been posted.

Webster Avenue in Lincoln Park is home to some of the city’s best dining spots. There’s so much culinary talent represented across sweet and savory selections for each meal of the day, you’re sure to fall for this quaint street and its lively neighborhood feel. Explore the city’s beautiful North Side and make Webster Avenue your pit stop for tasty and affordable fare. Read on to learn about some of our favorite picks.

Thanksgiving at the Signature Room

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasting—it's not a time for freaking out about burnt birds or worrying that the turkey fryer might set your garage on fire. Skip the hassle and treat your family to a Thanksgiving dinner to remember in Chicago.

Revival Food Hall Pays Homage to Chicago

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 12:00 AM by Matt Kirouac

Revival Food Hall Chicago

First came Chicago French Market, then came Eataly and Latinicity. Food halls are becoming quite the thing in Chicago, and while up until this point they've skewed international, an upcoming food hall will pay homage to its homeland in the Loop. Here's everything you need to know about Revival Food Hall.

Kendall CollegeChicago is a rich training ground for chefs and the culinary milieu remains one of the finest in the world, with something to please any palate at any price point. A number of these fine culinary masters working in the Loop, River North, and parts beyond received their training at Kendall College, which has been training people in the hospitality arts for decades.

To Go 'Up North,' Plan a Trip to L. Woods

Monday, June 22, 2015 12:00 AM by Max Grinnell

L. Woods

Let me ask you a question: How far would you be willing to travel up Lincoln Avenue for some cheese curds, a fair kettle of fine fish and an Old Fashioned or three? 

Well if you drive up to Lincolnwood, Illinois, you'll be treated to a Wisconsin supper club experience at the L. Woods Tap & Pine Lodge right in the Chicagoland area. Trust me: in weather cold or hot, it's the right thing to do.

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