Good eating, great drinking in Lincoln Park.
This is the second branch for Epic Burger in Chicago.
Their menu will change daily, but a few items will stay in the rotation.
Chicago's newest hot dog joint has serious gourmet chops.
The brothers Chan, late of Kaze, turn to their next project.
Chef Andrew Brochu's upscale-comfort menu has an entire section devoted to "crocks."
Brochu's running the kitchen, and his boss is a French Laundry and Trio alum.
Dale Levitski turns to his diners to figure out how to spruce up Sprout.
A $60 three-course prix fix replaces the infamous $120 veal entree
The Top Chef alum takes over the kitchen at Sprout.
Sprout's menu features a deconstructed hamburger, but no outrageous veal entrees.
It's not a flirty server - R.J. Grunts gives all the newcomers dessert.
Gourmet praises eight street food options.
The Lincoln Park market gets a sizable government grant.
There's a new head mixologist at the Lincoln Park mainstay.
A Lincoln Park family restaurant might be replaced by a sports bar, and residents are not happy.
A new Lincoln Park resident wonders how to befriend the Alinea staff.