Ferris & Jack replaces the more upscale C-House at MileNorth.
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Chef Tim Graham talks to Grub Street about his upcoming Mediterranean restaurant in the Langham.
Look for the fast-casual chain's second location this July.
Chuck's Manufacturing to open in old China Grill spot.
Meatheads is expanding to the city.
City Winery finally lands 30,000-sq. ft. location on Randolph Street restaurant row.
Something's brewing in South Loop's "Motor Row" (and we like it).
A slice of what's to come from Humboldt Park's Bang Bang Pie Shop.
Former Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan is gearing up for a new project: a 1930s Chinese-style tea house—in Highland Park.
Ryan Poli talks to Eater about his Spanish roots and how that will translate into his forthcoming restaurant Tavernita.
Will Western bars be the new Chicago trend for 2012? At least two restaurateurs are hoping so. According to Eater, R.J. and Jerrod Melman's recent acquisition of the former Frankie Z's bar at 435 N. Clark is getting a country...
Since leaving his post at the Michelin-rated restaurant Avenues (which subsequently closed immediately after his departure), we've been anxious to see what's next for Curtis Duffy's forthcoming concept Grace. The answer: "micro-seasonal cuisine" and some crazy bathrooms....
After a few months of construction at his longtime fish market The Fish Guy, Bill Dugan's in-house seafood restaurant Wellfleet is finally becoming a reality. A permanent extension of his ongoing weekend pop-up dinners, Chicago Mag reports the restaurant is...
Not to be confused with RL, RM, or RJ Grunts, the Rancics have decided to name their restaurant RPM Italian.
If people are willing to eat outside next to the Fulton Market, they might like it here, too!
Sweeney's Diner should open sometime in January.
That's quite a cover.
No Playboy bunnies, but there are lots of options out there for Fred Latsko.
Plus: Aviary is hiring, and Schweddy Balls comes to Chicago.