360 – the restaurant at the CN Tower – revolves and has floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out upon Toronto, Canada. Here’s our review.
Mexican Breakfast at Cantina 1910 in Andersonville, Chicago: a review. (Just after this review, Cantina closed. Post hoc, ergo propter hoc.)
Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse is a Chicago icon. Here’s our review.
Big City Chicken, a Lettuce Entertain You restaurant on Chicago’s Navy Pier, serves up fried chicken worth fighting through crowds to get to. (Just to clarify, for my Polish relatives in Detroit, that’s Big-City Chicken, not Big City-Chicken. I know … sigh.)
Bleu cheese wedge salad, out-of-the-ordinary buffalo wings, and apricot cheesecake at the Union Tap & Grill in downtown Traverse City
During Restaurant Week, Chicago eateries such as the elegant Blackbird, the storied Paramount Room, the everyman’s Public House, and the spicy Salpicon present special, prix fixe lunch and dinner menus, featuring everything from duck confit to fish tacos, from mussels to steak tartare.
Traverse City has a food truck court called The Little Fleet, but it also has some interesting restaurants, like Georgina’s. I’m glad there’s no interstate that takes you to Traverse. It ensures that Traverse is a destination, rather than someplace you just stumble into – and it deserves to be a destination.