360 – the restaurant at the CN Tower – revolves and has floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out upon Toronto, Canada. 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.)
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.
Butcher & The Burger is a BYOB in Lincoln Park, Chicago. It’s a build-your-own-burger restaurant, specializing in local, sustainable, made-in-house ingredients.
This is where Jesus likes to go after church on Sunday. Jesus Hernandez, I mean … my downstairs neighbor. Azul 18 is a New American (Mexican) restaurant in Chicago’s funkadelic Pilsen neighborhood. Jesus led me here for breakfast. He had a scramble. I filled up on crêpe.
Honey Butter Fried Chicken: Chicago restaurant review. Delicious, trendy, deservedly on the slightly expensive side … weird tipping policy.
Hot “G” Dog, a gourmet hot dog restaurant in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood, makes sausages and duck fat fries that carry on the Hot Doug legacy, right next door to Man’s Country, a very different kind of hot dog shop. Please enjoy our weiner review.
A Chicagoan Uses bourbon to rehydrate against the desert heat, before falling face forward into the most amazing lamb he’s had in ages