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Nightwood

  1. Leftovers
    Gran Electrica’s Dia de Muertos Party; Nightwood’s Jason Vincent atPlus: a cookbook signing at Saxelby Cheesemongers, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  2. Slideshow
    An Evening in the Kitchen With ‘Food & Wine’ Best New Chef JasonA day in the life of a ‘Food & Wine’ best new chef’s kitchen.
  3. Awards
    Jason Vincent Named One of Food & Wine’s Best New ChefsJason Vincent nails national honor.
  4. Chefs
    Nightwood Has a New Pastry Chef: Sarah MispagelShe likes sugar.
  5. Ethnic Foods
    But Is It Food For the Jews?New frontiers in Jewish food.
  6. Chefs
    Try Nightwood’s Mathew Rice’s New Gelato. In St. Louis.How a Chicago pastry chef created a new gelato bar in St. Louis.
  7. Slideshows
    Go Behind the Scenes of Jason Vincent’s Grand Cochon WinHow Jason Vincent won the Grand Cochon crown in Aspen.
  8. Lists
    Next, Nightwood Make F&W’s Editor Picks For 2011 Best RestaurantsFood & Wine gives mad props to two Chicago restaurants in their 2011 best new restaurants round-up.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Meet the Market Visits Nightwood; Big Star Holds a Yard SaleBoth events are for charity.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Chicago Cut Steakhouse Opens Patio; Slagel Family Farms Hosts Farm TourPlus: Prairie Fire offers burger deal, and Bridge Bar unleashes monthly specials.
  11. Food Writing
    Sonoran Hot Dogs, Roasted Chickens, and Ball Park Food: The Week in Food WritingPlus: Mike Sula searches for fish options in local taquerias.
  12. Mediavore
    Nightwood Switches Pastry Chefs; Restaurants Targeting Location-Based SocialPlus: Dogs and cats actually need to eat meat, and what Paltrow cooks in her kitchen.
  13. Deals
    Foodie the App: Now Available at a Browser Near YouOnce only available for the iPhone, the app now has its own website.
  14. Trends
    Even Upscale Restaurants Can’t Resist the Allure of PoutineA slew of upscale restaurants have added this decidedly downscale dish to their menu.
  15. Lists
    In a Tough Year, The Reader Doesn’t Like To Use the Word ‘Best’But still, judgment on restaurants must be passed.
  16. Hours of Operation
    Monday Night(wood)The Pilsen hotspot goes seven nights a week.
  17. Lists
    Foodie Under FortyCrain’s Chicago includes some food dudes in their Forty Under Forty.
  18. Foodievents
    Munich In Federal Plaza; Mexico In PilsenOkoberfest and Buen Provecho Pilsen both kick off today.
  19. Menus
    What To Eat At Nightwood’s Brunch, Launching SundayThe Pilsen hotspot introduces Sunday morning service with chicken and waffles.
  20. The Other Critics
    Nightwood Rocks; Merlo La Salumeria Needs WorkPlus: Angin Mamiri promises more than it delivers; Carbon satisfies cravings
  21. The Other Critics
    Everybody Has an Opinion on NightwoodThe Reader, Chicagoist, and the Sun-Times all take a critical look at Nightwood; Plus: Nagrant takes on Zebda.
  22. Trends
    Is Simple Food Killing Molecular Gastronomy?The latest crop of restaurants offer straightforward, honest cooking. Is the age of Alinea over?