New cocktails, cheap beers, and Korean tacos.
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Bird is once again the word on Thursdays.
The Lombard Twenty goes on at Meritage, while Fond offers deals on its bar menu.
Does this mean that the Inky critic will become a regular at the restaurant?
The new menu features a dessert that the restaurant's owners and staff maintain will unseat Barbuzzo's budino.
Tasting menus on offer include riffs on crabs, and flavors of Japan.
The dog is the latest cross-cultural franken-snack from Chef Anne Coll.
This round of picks isn't quite as earth shattering as last weekend's four-bell reveal.
Both restaurants are borrowing the Italian tradition for tasting menus this week.
The new menu was not inspired by the late great Steve Jobs.
The fall flavor-forward menu focuses on squash.
Both Meritage and Oyster House are ending their popular seasonal specials.
The heat doesn't seem to have a hold on chefs' creativity.
A selection of small plates is the latest special to emerge from the kitchen.
The new menus feature locally grown goods, picked daily by Chef Anne Coll.
The popular all-vegan menu will be served again every Tuesday.
Two of the city's crispiest and crunchiest fried chickens are back.
The chef simultaneously rolls out an Asian street food menu and a French wine pairing dinner in the same week.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with traditional dim sum, contemporary Asian-inspired dishes and a Peking duck surf and turf burger.
Restaurant Week can't be all bad, can it?