The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Samuel |

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I left home for Mather’s More Than a Café about 8:30 Friday morning. I arrived around 8:45. It was the day that Miss Chicago would be featured for, “The Friday Night Dinner Show.” I had been waiting to see and hear Marisa Buchheit, Miss Chicago.

Au Cheval

By Martha |

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Watch Martha's review of Au Cheval above.

Au Cheval
800 W Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 929-4580

The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Fern |

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The restaurant that keeps me coming back is... BadHappy.

Three words: Gourmet Disco Fries. Three more words: I’ve been converted.

My Most Memorable Experience At A Restaurant...

By Kate |

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Yes, I might have been a little bit snobby when I moved home to Chicago after six years in New York City. New York makes you prove that you’re cool enough, hot enough, smart enough, experienced enough, rich enough – before you can say you belong, before you can call that place home. And the food scene is a playground where New Yorkers show off just how enough they are – just how accomplished and just how at home they have all become in a city that can chew you up and spit you out, pretentiously.

Snackin' on Damen

By Miguel |

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Last summer, one of my close friends moved from Ukrainian Village to Ravenswood. As I was helping her move, I couldn’t help but notice all the amazing finger foods on offer stretching along Damen between Chicago and Montrose. Here’re a few of my highlights:

The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Noel |

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Some of my most memorable restaurant experiences are going to the places that I frequent often. The owners or waiters recognize us, and we are greeted warmly, hence the reason I keep coming back.

The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Aaron |

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My aspirations of one day becoming a champion pitmaster came to an abrupt end with the first bite of the pulled pork sandwich from South Moon BBQ (Hinckley, Il.). There aren't enough adjectives to describe how titillating this sandwich is. Subtly smoked and sauced with a deft hand, this behemoth might be the most memorable BBQ experience I've encountered in my 34 years*. A perfect ratio of fresh baked bun to pork to sauce, complimented perfectly by any of four sides makes for one hearty meal.

The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Patti |

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There are some foods at any given restaurant you frequent that are just addicting. Such are the chicken tenders appetizer at The Wild Rover in Frankfort.

The Restaurant That Keeps Me Coming Back...

By Jen |

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If you've read my other post, you already know that this girl is a big fan of pork products and finely crafted cocktails. One place that delivers on both of those promises is The Bristol in Bucktown. Owner/Chef Chris Pandel likes to know where his food comes from, and I appreciate that's he's done all the legwork in finding the freshest local farms to which he decides his daily menu. Additionally, Chef Pandel uses the “nose-to-tail” sustainable practice of butchering, meaning the entire animal is used.

My Most Memorable Experience At a Restaurant Was… Impossible to Pick

By Don |

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My most memorable experience at a restaurant was… impossible to pick. So here is a top 4, in no particular order.

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