A big-name chocolatier comes across the river.
Plus: Aviary is hiring, and Schweddy Balls comes to Chicago.
III Forks is almost ready for Lakeshore East.
In other news, Rusty's Surf Ranch could soon be replaced when its lease goes belly up.
Eric Tecoscky has created an herb-based drink program for Louis Kim's first U.S. concept.
Ba Le's second outlet will bring Vietnamese food to Chinatown.
German / Asian cuisine doesn’t particularly evoke feelings of familiarity, but it’s actually a 100 year old culinary tradition that local restaurateur, Michael Naessens, is bringing to Old City.
August's rainy weather held the project back.
A selection of Spanish-influenced sandwiches sounds very enticing, even if the "Jose Andres" is only available at ink.sack.
The Japanese restaurant plans to open in Logan Square soon.
The mystery masterminds behind the much-anticipated speakeasy have been revealed.
Just don't call Jody Adams a "celebrity chef."
The chef will take a locals-only approach to this replacement for Hash.
We'll, of course, have to stop by at some point to see how the food is.
Hopefully JP residents won't have a beef with this new restaurant.
First comes a hip coffee shop, then the neighborhood boom.
The unexpected pairing will completely remake Ben Pao, transforming it into an Italian restaurant.