The Copa comes to Cambridge.
The planned restaurant and mixology bar comes from Planet Hollywood Casino in Las Vegas, but that doesn't stop itself from aligning with Nancy Silverton's new burger spot.
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...
The Buona Sera replacement is slated for mid-January.
The local chain of brewpubs tweeted today that it's about two weeks away from opening its first location in Philadelphia.
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.
Ain't nothin' but a Cafe G thang, baby.
Scope the full kooky menu.
The Spanish-themed number will make its debut sometime in January.
If people are willing to eat outside next to the Fulton Market, they might like it here, too!
The sprawling entertainment complex is targeting April 2012 for a grand opening.
The collaboration from Supper's Mitch Prensky and Franklin Mortgage and Investment Co.'s Mike Welsh takes its nmae from the nearby Fairmount Park mansion.
The Umami don plans customizable pies that cook in only one minute.
It's tit-for-tat in the wild world of wurst this week.
Formerly available at specialty markets and via cart, Grillos pickle purveyors will open their very own shop.
Featuring a menu of "international drunk food."