A slideshow look at the offerings of Ogilvie Transportation Center's super-fancy food court.
Six openings and a closing in Chicago Mag's jam-packed weekly newsletter.
African Harambee turns into another Ethiopian Diamond, and a pizza bar on the way from the folks behind Simone's.
A "reworked Chicago inn" concept from the Empty Bottle folks promises sleeping options.
Change is afoot all over town.
Brochu's running the kitchen, and his boss is a French Laundry and Trio alum.
Lush West Town has cleared its licensing hurdles and is ready to open.
A former One Sixtyblue GM promises "the kind of place where the owner is at the door."
Is there really a taco shortage in River North?
Frietkoten, an authentic Dutch/Belgian fry shack, is set to open.
A new sandwich store/grocery moves in on the spot of an outgoing classic.
Rock Bottom Brewery's fine-dining sibling takes its bow.
Winston's Cafe opens as a stopgap while owner Jim Stephens struggles to serve booze.
A criminally punning menu steals the show at the West Town newcomer.
The Cupcake Gallery opens for business.
Michael Kornick and David Morton's temple to burger insanity makes its debut.
An Edgewater coffee house gets a makeover, a new name, and new owners.
Scott Harris's temple to Neapolitan pizza gets ready to open.