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Mike Sula

  1. Farm To Table
    How The Food System May Be The Answer To The Food SystemNew model for getting farm stuff to tables.
  2. Awards
    Reader’s Sula, WBEZ’s Barrett Win at James Beard Foundation Journalism AwardsSula, WBEZ win at the James Beard Foundation Awards.
  3. Awards
    Sula Nominated For M.F.K. Fisher Award at James Beard Journo Awards; Dolinsky,Journalism awards for Chicago.
  4. Ethnic Foods
    Sula Answers Your Perplexity About Milt’s Barbecue For the PerplexedWhat’s up with that kosher BBQ place?
  5. Ethnic Foods
    Do You Know the Way To Dongbei?Two restaurants pop up from an unheralded part of China.
  6. Radio
    Listen To Your Favorite Chicago Food People Instead of Your Relatives ThisFoodsters on the vacuum tubes.
  7. Growing Food
    Rashermon: A Writer and a Butcher On the Same Pig’s DeathTwo accounts of hog-killing on a farm, by a writer and a butcher.
  8. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: The Wine Shines at City Winery, Everything But the Boeuf isThough City Winery was just built, Julia Kramer takes it down in a scathing review; and Mike Sula loves Bavette’s.
  9. Mixology
    This is Malört’s MomentMalört has gone from novelty to actual ingredient.
  10. Local Products
    This Just In From the Squirrel-Eating Desk At the ReaderSquirrel, it’s what’s for dinner at the Reader this week.
  11. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Kramer Relishes Trenchermen, while Dragon Ranch Leaves BadThe highs and lows of Trenchermen and Dragon Ranch from Kramer and Sula.
  12. Ethnic Foods
    Olga’s Deli, This Is Your Media MomentMike Sula discovers jaw-expanding sandwiches at Olga’s Deli.
  13. Fast Food
    Fast-Rising Under-Dog Phil’s Last Stand in the ReaderThe media rise of a 5-lb. sandwich.
  14. Awards
    Congrats to Food Writers Jeff Ruby and Mike SulaRuby, Sula named for awards.
  15. Chinatown
    One Xiao Long Bao Fades, Another Rises in ChinatownA cult soup dumpling shop closes, but another gears up.
  16. The Other Critics
    Vettel Raves on BLT American Brasserie; Mixed Reviews on Bar Toma From Kramer,Vettel at home at BLT American Brasserie, neither Sula nor Kramer wowed by Bar Toma.
  17. The Other Critics
    Ruby Reminds Us Arun’s Exists, Sula Thinks Ripasso Needs a Pinch of SaltPlus: In the recent wave of burger joints, Crain’s does a face off between an old and new establishment.
  18. The Other Critics
    Sula Finds Next Childhood Drives Him To Drink; Zuckerberg a Dharma BumSula finds Next a trip to bad memory lane; Kennyz explores a Thai gem.
  19. The Other Critics
    Check Out Mike Sula’s Favorite Basement Chinatown Skewers StandReader critic explores basement food court with Szechuan surprises.
  20. The Other Critics
    Pump Room Showdown! Sula: ‘Wildly Divergent Execution,’ Nagrant: ‘A XeroxSula, Nagrant have mixed feelings about the new Pump Room.
  21. The Other Critics
    Critics Differ Wildly on The Black SheepWhich critic called the The Black Sheep “frustrating?”
  22. Booze News
    What Are the Rules for Reviewing Bars? Chicago Critics DiscussWhat do critics think about reviewing bars and cocktail lounges?
  23. Foodie News
    The Reader’s Mike Sula Joins the Food Truck FrayDozens of reasons are hindering food trucks in Chicago, but a couple of alderman are taking up the case.
  24. the other critics
    Sprout Scores Three Stars from Vettel; Ruby Finds the ‘Marrow of the Moment’Plus: Bruno and Sula face off on Gilt Bar.
  25. Health Concerns
    USDA Some Government Agency Raids Frontera, North Pond. Wait, What?Tipped off by a tenuous connection in a Reader article, the Feds go after Rick Bayless and Bruce Sherman.
  26. The Other Critics
    Belly Shack: Whatever It Is, Sula Doesn’t Like ItIn his latest review, Mike Sula eloquently tears Belly Shack a new one.
  27. Lists
    In a Tough Year, The Reader Doesn’t Like To Use the Word ‘Best’But still, judgment on restaurants must be passed.
  28. The Other Critics
    Love For 33 Club; A Secret Garage-Based TaqueriaPlus: Well-deserved praise for Honey 1 BBQ.
  29. Chefs Gone Wild
    Homaro Cantu’s Mysterious Edible Disruption Keeps Barreling ForwardNew clues emerge about Homaro Cantu’s enigmatic Edible Disruption Technology Platform
  30. Closings
    Farewell to Mama Desta’s and (Probably) Doggy’s S.S. Soul EateryRestaurants without publicists close too, you know.