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Inside Curtis Duffy’s Ever, a Restaurant Hoping to Discover a New Frontier

Michael Muser is absolutely excited a few 150-pound desk that may greet prospects subsequent week when Ever opens in Fulton Market. Earlier...

Closed Bars Forged Shadows Over Baseball’s Opening Day in Chicago

The beginning of baseball is usually a spring celebration exhibiting Chicagoans have made it by one other frigid winter. All its residents,...

Chicago Mourns the Demise of Calumet Fisheries Supervisor Carlos Rosas

Followers of a South Aspect landmark Calumet Fisheries are in mourning after the loss of life of 41-year-old supervisor Carlos Rosas. Rosas...

Pandemic Road Eating in Chicago Met With Combined Outcomes

Chicago officers have portrayed outside eating as a pandemic lifeline for the town’s world-class eating scene. More than a month after the...

Chicago Restaurant Employees to Protest the Expiration of Coronavirus Unemployment Advantages

Restaurant staff throughout the nation, including those in Chicago, are protesting Friday, wanting the federal authorities to proceed paying out weekly $600...

LA Chain Dave’s Scorching Hen to Open in Chicago

A preferred LA fried hen sandwich chain now has plans to open within the Chicago market. Dave’s Scorching Hen, which began three...

Boozy Nitro Ice Cream and Espresso Chain Debuts in Chicago

Buzzed Bull Creamery, a Cincinnati-based chain recognized for booze-infused, liquid nitrogen ice cream, opened its first Chicago location in early July in...

Vermilion, the Indian-Latin Fusion Pioneer, Seeks to Reinvent Itself

Vermilion, the fabled Indian and Latin American fusion restaurant in River North, has hit a crossroads. Final week, the restaurant unveiled a...

Kuma’s Nook Apologizes for Poisonous Office Tradition

Kuma’s Corner — the heavy metallic burger bar chain that debuted 15 years ago in Avondale — is determining its subsequent transfer...

Kan Zaman House owners Opening a Mediterranean and Lebanese Restaurant in Lincoln Park

For years, Kan Zaman was synonymous with Lebanese meals in Chicago. After transferring from Andersonville to River North, the family-owned restaurant closed...

After 34 Years, Guthries Tavern to Shut Thursday in Wrigleyville

On the identical day Chicago announced the city would as soon as once more shut down bars within the face of rising...

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Restaurants Aren’t the Only Members of Chicago’s Service Industry Harmed by the Pandemic

Across the country, restaurants and bars have lost more than 2.4 million jobs since the start of the pandemic, more than any...

Tank Noodle Could Lose $150K State COVID-19 Grant for Violating Labor Laws

The saga surrounding Tank Noodle just took another twist as state officials say they’ve reached out to the owners of the Uptown...

An Acclaimed Chicago Chef Advises Caution in Increasing Indoor Dining

The owner of a nationally recognized restaurant in Andersonville is balking at the insistence from lobbyists to expand indoor dining. Paul Fehribach,...

Chicago White Sox Fans Drink More Than Any Other Baseball Fanbase, Survey Says

A ranking of the “booziest baseball fans” — a comparison of all 30 Major League Baseball teams — shows that Chicago White...