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Jam

  1. Interview
    Jam’s Jeffrey Mauro, Dreaming of Dinner, Plans To Invent The Breakfast TastingTalking with Jeffrey Mauro, chef of popular Logan Square breakfast spot Jam.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Prepare for the Good Kind of Traffic Jam; Ukrainian Village’s Jam May ClosePlus: The Bedford offers Lolla deals, and The Boiler Room survives small fire.
  3. Lists
    Food & Wine Aims to Be Dominant Force In Listicle WritingHow many lists does that make for 2010, guys?
  4. Back of the House
    Jam Suspends Dinner ServiceJam goes back to the brunch business.
  5. Back of the House
    Jared Van Camp’s Back in Town, Has a ‘Pure Rock ’n’ RollThe chef dishes about the next bar-restaurant from the Old Town Social group, a European-style brasserie influenced by the 1960’s and 70’s.
  6. Openings
    Jam to Open Second Location in Logan SquareThe popular brunch spot will open in Logan Square soon.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Smoque Brings BBQ to the Cell; Sip on Francesca’s $5 CosmosPlus: Jam cuts back dinner service and Pops for Champagne offers a cheese deal.
  8. The Other Critics
    Vettel Douses Prairie Fire with 3 Stars; Bruno Likes ‘Mean’ FoodPlus: The Chicago reader takes a look at Jam’s new dinner menu.
  9. The Other Critics
    Shouse Is Bored with Rendezous Bistro; Bruno Falls for Aldino’sPlus: Bruno eats Italian in Littly Italy, and Kramer tests out Jam’s new dinner menu
  10. The Other Critics
    ‘Rubbles’ At Jam And Keefer’s; Nana’s Good VibesPlus: 33 Club meets low expectations; The Red Canary seems not to care.
  11. The Other Critics
    Good Stuff At Market And Markethouse; Joy Yee Plus Could Be BetterPlus: Jerry Suqi does great things at Jam.
  12. The Other Critics
    Everybody’s Crazy For Cibo Matto; Mod Pizza is DecentPlus: Sula on Jam; whether Terrace at Trump is worth the wait
  13. The Other Critics
    33 Club Fails To Rock; A Burger To Defeat Kuma’sPlus: Jam does magical things to the oft-maligned meal of brunch; steak in a castle
  14. Foodievents
    Make Your Own Jam at Machine ProjectTime to take your old fruit and turn it into something better.