Eat This! If the meal is good, does location matter?
Last week Chicago Tribune reported that chef Bill Kim’s Urban Belly was leaving its Avondale location to move to "restaurant row" on Randolph Street. For many, the ramen and dumpling joint gave them a reason to visit its northwest side neighborhood. But now Urban Belly will be crowded in with many of the city's trendiest restaurants. So do out of the way restaurants in not-so-trendy parts of the city make them more attractive or less attractive? And what are the restaurants that are truly worth detour? Foodies and producers Monica Eng, Louisa Chu and Sound Opinions' Robin Linn answer some of those questions.