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NewSensational Seafood | Sat, January 28 at 4:30 pm on WTTW HD

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Libanais, S.K.Y., Federales | Sat, February 18 at 4:30 pm on WTTW HD

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Parachute

Parachute offers a unique menu of Korean inspired dishes. Enjoy such items as baked potato Bing Bread served with sour cream butter, dolsot Bi Bim Bop, pork belly and mung bean pancakes in a comfortable modern atmosphere. The friendly and helpful service will help you get acquainted with the unusual selections on the menu.

Andie's

Mediterranean fare is served at this family run restaurant. A fusion of Greek, Italian, even Indian flavors will delight your palette.

Raisu

Raisu

Raisu is a comfortable Japanese spot offering nigiri, sashimi, maki, and omekase in a friendly, unassuming space. Chef Simon Liew sources his fish twice a week from Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market.

Blogs

The Spoon
The Spoon

The earliest version of the spoon as we know it, which first surfaces in the Paleolithic era, may have been fashioned from a husk or shell as its “bowl,” affixed to a stick.

Victorian Christmas dessert
Victorian Christmas

The boar’s head in hand bring I, bedeck'd with bays and rosemary.”
--“The Boar’s Head Carol”

Fall Flavors – Caramel

“Anyone who thinks they're too grown up or too sophisticated to eat caramel corn is not invited to my house for dinner.”

                        --Ruth Reichl

Chef with a glass of wine

Sit down at the table with David Manilow, creator of Check, Please!, as he explores the Chicago food and restaurant landscape with the unique personalities who have influenced it.

A chef in her restaurant

An original web series that profiles a diverse group of Chicago area restaurateurs, chefs, baristas, gin enthusiasts, and others. Meet the people who feed you.

Dishalicious show host in apron

Experience the culinary world — live and in-person — through the eyes of top Chicago chefs! Dishalicious is a fast-paced, live demonstration cooking show and event that’s fun and informative.

Discover the ways Chicago’s celebrity chefs unwind after they clock out of the kitchen. Get to know another side of these interesting personalities who — while known for their passion and work ethic in the kitchen — are fascinating and passionate people in their personal lives as well.