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Chicago Restaurants


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Strings offers authentically prepared ramen dishes that will delight. The noodles are handmade and steeped in a traditional broth for 48 hours resulting in bold flavors. The restaurant is casual and comfortable; a great place for a quick meal almost any time of the day. A BYOB restaurant.


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.


MingHin offers authentic Cantonese classics and a wide variety of dim sum in the heart of Chicago’s China Town.  This large restaurant is contemporary, with delightful modern Asian décor.   Perfect for a meal for a small or large party.


World of Food: Halloween

“The children running home
Beneath a twilight sky
Oh, for the fun of them
When I was one of them…”

--Johnny Mercer/Barry Manilow, “When October Goes”


"Halloween was confusing. All my life my parents said, 'Never take candy from strangers.' And then they dressed me up and said, 'Go beg for it.'"
--Rita Rudner

Fall Flavors – Ginger

There are precious few edibles that are known to be delicious and therapeutic, but ginger (or ginger root) is definitely one of them.

Sean Sherman, The Sioux Chef
Native Americans

“Before eating, always take time to thank the food.”
– Arapaho

“A hungry stomach makes a short prayer.”
– Paiute

Indigenous Peoples Day in the United States* is celebrated annually on the second Monday in October – in Chicago's public school system, it has taken the place of Columbus Day as of earlier this year, amid some controversy.

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.