A mediocre review for the north side's newest burger shack, plus the best tapas in the most obvious of places.
It took someone just 38 minutes to eat the seven-inch tower of meat.
Is there really a taco shortage in River North?
A criminally punning menu steals the show at the West Town newcomer.
Michael Kornick and David Morton's temple to burger insanity makes its debut.
Eddie Lakin reveals to SFoB exactly what goes into those awesome burgers.
After six months of intense burger consumption, the Tribune columnist shares his findings.
The New York Times finds something familiar in Evanston's newest burger joint, and that's a good thing.
The turkey-cranberry-fried-stuffing monster returns to the menu.
Beset by hungry fans, Peppers runs out of food on its last day.
It's three pounds, seven inches tall, and takes all afternoon.
The bar menu includes a peanut butter-and-bacon burger dubbed "the Elvis."
Michael Kornick's Burger Bar Menu Debuts
Plus: MObama at the farmers market; Weight Watchers files suit.
The critic can't stand Chicago Chop House, but finds redemption at Jury's.