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Midori

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At Midori, the food is as healthy as it is fresh. There are private rooms for large parties, plus private karaoke!

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Sapori Napoletani

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A true family business, Sapori owner Antonio Vitello comes from a long line of pizzeria owners. He also hand-built the wood fire oven they cook in.

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Roister

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The kitchen is the restaurant and the restaurant is the kitchen. Roister bring a full culinary experience to its guests. Their primal cooking techniques are combined with modern technology to produce wonderful results.

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X/O Chicago (Closed)

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Eclectic menu, created by Executive Chef Bob Zrenner (Tournesol, North Pond, Tru), spotlights a wide variety of small plates, featuring flavors from Asia to the Mediterranean, designed for sharing.

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X/O Chicago is closed.

Cat’s Corner: Q&A with the Brewhouse Team at Band of Bohemia

By Catherine De Orio |

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Hello! Ravenswood Corridor has been dubbed “Malt Row” due to the proliferation of breweries and distilleries opening in the area. While many of these breweries are traditional in nature, Band of Bohemia is a brewhouse with a twist. Billed as a “culinary brewhouse” and the first brewpub to be awarded a Michelin star, it will take only one visit to realize this is not your grandpa’s pub. This week I spoke to the Band of Bohemia team to learn about their inspiration.

The World of Food: Mediterranean

By Julia Maish |

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
– Virginia Woolf

 

What comes to mind when you hear the word “Mediterranean?” For many of us, especially at this time of year as winter approaches, it undoubtedly translates to “a place we wish we were right now.” It’s sunny, warm, and exotic, with beautiful blue waters and scenic views — and fabulous food and wine. 

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