pani puri from VermilionIt’s official - spring is finally here. Surviving Chicago winters should garner a badge of honor in this town, but better yet, why not head out this week and toast to the promise of warmer days, drink in hand.
Takashi Restaurant is raising money for the victims of the Japan earthquake. Beginning this weekend, customers can choose to donate $5 after they dine. 91% of donations will go directly to the victims.
Grass-fed Wagyu flat iron steak and burger from Pilot Brands in New Zealand (photo: Steve Dolinsky)While I was attending the Terroir Symposium in Toronto earlier this month, I met Mark Schatzker, the author of Steak: One Man's Search for the World's Tastiest Piece of
I'm turning over this space today - as I do on occasion - to one of my interns. Kristen Kuchar is a student at Columbia College, and like all students, she's always looking for a bargain. Our criteria for the "Young & Hungry" series is that entrees must hover around $10.
The guys at Schwa definitely operate on a different plane. They don't employ a reservationist, they serve the food themselves while rock & roll blasts from the speakers and despite the high-end (and deliciously creative food), they don't have a liquor license.