There may be a clam-pizza war on the horizon.
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Though the bar's set higher for gastropubs, there's still plenty of room for fine and fun dining.
The suburban restaurant empire builders will revamp the property, and reopen with a new concept.
The historic Montgomery County inn will undergo minimal changes.
Their poor underprivileged children might have to endure summer without cookies-and-cream.
This tasting of home-cooked meals just might be the best food festival you attend this year.
But the restaurant insists it has "nothing to do with the recent unpleasantness."
Paul Virant launches a bar menu at his Western Springs restaurant.
Two restaurants do cooking from the heart in very different ways.
Two of the three Chicago-area El Pollo Locos closed their doors last week.
Plus: Rachael Ray gets seriously into Mardi Gras, and Florida's meager strawberry harvest, all in our morning news roundup.
It's strictly bistro at the new restaurant from a One Sixtyblue vet.
The mega-chef swings by for a book signing for "Ad Hoc at Home."
A former One Sixtyblue GM promises "the kind of place where the owner is at the door."
Plus: four forks for Chilam Balam, and Le Mediterranee's sad, empty failure.
The family-run steakhouse plans to close after nearly a century of operation.
The New York Times finds something familiar in Evanston's newest burger joint, and that's a good thing.