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The best restaurants and cafés in the city, from casual to smart dining
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From classic to downright crazy, these tacos hit the spot.
From old-school haunts that are steeped in history to newfangled spots that push boundaries.
Where the views are just as good as the food.
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There's a tasty secret hiding below Kumiko, the intimate West Loop cocktail den from creative director Julia Momose, executive chef Noah Sandoval and chef de...
Baseball and food collide today—as they so often do—with the opening of Maddon's Post in Wrigleyville. The Italian-Polish concept is a joint venture between...
On Monday night, all eyes were on Chicago as the James Beard Awards commenced at the Lyric Opera in the Loop. The prestigious annual event honors the best...
It wouldn't be summer in Chicago without Taste of Chicago, the annual city-sanctioned food festival that takes over Grant Park July 10–14. Earlier today,...
Ballpark cuisine moved beyond peanuts and Cracker Jacks years ago, with stadiums across the country expanding their offerings in an effort to tempt fans with...
This easygoing Wicker Park café specializes in meaty, tangy-sauced home cooking from its namesake Filipino province of Cebu.
Though this chi-chi vegan kitchen inside Saks Fifth Avenue trots the globe for flavor inspiration, the joyless menu ultimately falls flat.
This delightful Irving Park café avenges the sad, cellophane-strangled coffee-shop sandwich with Hungarian small plates alongside high-grade coffees and tea.
Julia Momose’s elegant West Loop bar pairs Japanese omakase with bespoke cocktails—and the results are sublime.
Tour the distillery and taste Koval's organic whiskey and liquers for just $16
Make reservations at this American restaurant in River North today
Spend $11 and get two well drinks and $10 in tokens when you book with Time Out
You must order the bacon-wrapped dates at this Mediterranean eatery
Sink your teeth into these awesomely inexpensive culinary delights.
Trying them all is a rite of passge that should top your list bucket list of things to do in Chicago.
When it comes to dining out, we are positively spoiled.
The best brunches in Chicago are two things: a chance to replenish and a mandatory social experience.
We've got classic diner patties and loaded stacks on deck.
Chicago is a relaxed town, and that attitude extends to the fine dining scene.