The 10 Arts pastry chef will join Stollenwerk's flagship.
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Fish Reels In Another James Beard Date; Stollenwerk Comes Up With a Succession Plan For 1708 Lombard
When the restaurant moves in coming weeks, it will be replaced by another Stollenwerk venture.
Tsai won't be lumped in with chefs who mislabel their fish.
As things begin to wind down at the 17th and Lombard location, a new menu emerges.
The shakeup to the Fish empire comes just as chef-owner Stollenwerk prepares for a big move.
Parc’s Chef Moves to Farmers’ Cabinet; Zoning Board Approves Plans to Develop a Restaurant at Front and Market
Rounding up the region's neighborhood news.
Service interruptions and changes to the concept and menu will be minimal.
As the restaurant's regular staff vacationed, chef-owner Mike Stollenwerk enlisted a skeleton crew to prepare a roasted pig for the Southern style meal.
For one night Stollenwerk's Queen Village BYOB goes from pescatarian to porcine.
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Shook is the star of a new 20-minute film that follows him as he fishes and tries to create a dish out of it.
After months of continuous setbacks, the Fishtown seafood bar opens.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
More than 20 different Belgian style beers will be on tap at Iron Hill on Saturday.
If you though your holiday season was stressful, try walking a mile in Mike Stollenwerk's shoes.
You don't have to have an Italian grandmother to enjoy Feast of the Seven Fishes this year.