Blog Reviews: Week Of Giant Trucks Making Low-Art Statements Against Public Transportation

• If you’ve been meaning to try Sally Lunn bread (all but pound cake; and who hasn’t), good news! The new Andersonville new-Southern restaurant Big Jones is making sandwiches and French toast out of it [The Stew]

• Hyde Park’s branch of the Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop chain serves a credible catfish po’boy despite its hokey atmosphere [Chicagoist]

• Would you ever get so flustered by a 90 minute wait for Kuma’s Corner to resort to Burger King? We’re not even going to say anything. But apparently there’s a rumor they’re opening a store in Las Vegas?! [Drive-Thru]

• Solid, classic Italian at Lincoln Square’s La Bocca della Verita’; the carbonara comes highly recommended [Chicagoist]

• What’s better about Colombian bakery Mekato’s — the pastries, the coffee or the prices? For us, it’s the repeated use of “Columbian” instead of “Colombian” in the post, because we’re horribly petty [Drive-Thru]

• Two nots about the South Side: Park 52 is not yet open for brunch to everyone’s chagrin, and the service and food quality at Rosscoe’s Chicago Home of Chicken and Waffles have not been helped by the name change [Chicagoist]

• The cookies are small and unassuming at Twisted Sister Bakery, but no less tasty for it [TOC]

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Blog Reviews: Week Of Giant Trucks Making Low-Art Statements Against Public