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  1. 10 Classic Chicago Dining RoomsRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Eater

    Chicago has numerous classic restaurants that are all worth a visit, but the following places have historic dining spaces that extend the tradition beyond the menu. Many are decades old while others are more recent but each has a storied past visible in its style and setting.

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  2. A Baker's Dozen Map Of Where To Get Your Paczki FixRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Eater

    Thanks to the large Polish community in Chicago, paczki , those deep-fried spheres stuffed with a wide variety of fillings , are a classic Chicago treat that are ubiquitous this time of year. Paczki are a traditional Fat Tuesday treat, arriving ahead of Ash Wednesday's ushering in of the religious period of Lent.

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  3. Inside Mendelsohn's Good Stuff Eatery, Opening Tomorrow in the LoopRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    The first 50 customers in line will be gifted with one free mini milk shake per month for a year. Spike Mendelsohn 's Good Stuff Eatery will join the growing number of interloping burger shops invading Chicago when it opens at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow in the Loop .

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  4. Mondo Meatball, Chicago's First Dedicated Meatball Spot, Rolling Into Wicker ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday | Eater

    The 60-seat eatery will take over the former Azzurra space at 1467 N. Milwaukee Ave ., which DNAinfo first reported . Azzurra closed Dec. 31 .

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  5. James Beard Foundation Honors Rich Melman With Lifetime Achievement AwardRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Eater

    Melman, 72, is the board chairman of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, the Chicago-based group that spans more than 100 restaurants across America. The late Jerry Orzoff and Melman founded LEYE in 1971 when RJ Grunt's opened in Lincoln Park.

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  6. The Big Baby - The Chicago Classic You May Not KnowRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Eater

    Deep dish pizza, Italian beef sandwiches, and Chicago hot dogs - those are the classic, iconic dishes of our city, but they are by no means the only foods that are distinctly Chicagoan. There's a whole other layer of Chicago foods that are much less well-known , much less extolled, and never served in kitschy restaurants with names like "Chicago Diner" that sprout up in places like Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

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  7. Chicago's Food and Drink Elite Predict Future Classic Restaurants and BarsRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Eater

    What newer restaurants and bars will stand the test of time and become classics? That was the question Eater posed to many chefs, restaurateurs and bartenders, and the array of responses highlight the fickle nature of success in the restaurant business. "I consider a VERY high bar," Alinea, Next and Aviary partner Nick Kokonas wrote.

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  8. 25 Classic Restaurants Every Chicagoan Must TryRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Eater

    Chicago has a wealth of classic restaurants that make this fair city unique. While sadly many of the institutions that shaped today's dining scene are gone, numerous spots that tell the story of Chicago's renowned dining history have been alive and well for many decades.

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  9. Tete Charcuterie Brunch Takeover at Avec; Mon Ami Gabi Debuts Brunch; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    If you're planning on brunching at avec this Sunday, you'll be a part of the restaurant's "Friends of avec Brunch Series," this month featuring Tete Charcuterie chefs Thomas Rice and Kurt Guzowski. The pair's menu will include a beef cheek salad, duck xo sausage and a warm lieberkase sandwich that is a preview of what to expect when Tete's brunch deuts this spring.

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  10. Leaving Without An Impact? Chengdu Impression Still Closed After Two MonthsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Eater

    It's been more than two months since management at Lincoln Park's Chengdu Impression pinned up a sign reading that the Chinese restaurant was closed for renovations. However, there are no updates on the website , and the last status on Chengdu Impression's Facebook page is dated back to October.

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  11. Taco In a Bag Leaving Mall Behind For Lincoln Square This SpringRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Eater

    The winners of a Food Network contest find a brick and mortar space after moving from food truck to food court stall. Taco In a Bag , from fellow cooks and competitive eaters Patrick "Deep Dish" Bertoletti and Tim "Gravy" Brown , will move from the Spring Hill Mall food court in West Dundee to a Lincoln Square space formerly occupied by a Homemade Pizza Co.

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  12. The Eater Chicago Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right NowRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Eater

    The frigid winter is here but the drinking scene in Chicago is hotter than ever before. Whether you fancy an old fashioned, a forward-thinking cocktail or a craft beer straight from the source, the Eater Chicago Cocktail Heatmap will help you quench that thirst.

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  13. A Peek Inside The Commons Club, Virgin Hotel Chicago's First RestaurantRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Eater

    Evidently, Sir Richard Branson and company deemed Chicago as a worthy site for America's first Virgin Hotel , which opened last week in The Loop. The hotel features the full-service Commons Club restaurant/lounge, and Virgin officials want guests to enjoy the space's versatility.

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  14. New York-Based LDV Hospitality's Dolce Italian Heading to the Godfrey HotelRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Eater

    Get ready for another Italian restaurant to open in River North. Prolific New York-based restaurant group LDV Hospitality is bringing its third location of its "modern Italian" concept Dolce Italian to Chicago at the Godfrey Hotel , according to a rep, and targeting a late spring opening.

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  15. Meat Haven Butcher & Larder Moving and Expanding to Massive Local Foods FacilityRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Eater

    Rob Levitt's acclaimed shop is heading to Bucktown this summer to be part of the 27,000-square-foot local food wonderland. For the last four years, The Butcher & Larder , Rob Levitt's beloved artisan butcher and sandwich shop, has operated out of small storefront on Milwaukee Avenue in Noble Square.

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  16. Del Frisco's Snags Two Pedigreed Sommeliers; Lula Reopening Tomorrow; MoreRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    Plus the park district approves new Four Corners restaurant at Maggie Daley Park and new beverage menus at Scofflaw and the Slope. GOLD COAST - Former Alinea general manager and beverage director Conrad Reddick and former Les Nomades beverage director Miranda Elliot have joined the sommelier team at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse , according to a rep.

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  17. March Will Find Jose Garces' Rural Society Streeterville Opening in Loews HotelRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    The word is out that celebrity chef Jose Garces ' Argentine steakhouse Rural Society will hit the upcoming Loews Hotel in Streeterville this coming March. Garces began cooking Argentine food early on and, after a trip there, found that the country's passion for cooking over flame drew him in even more.

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  18. Motor Row Brewing Ready to Hum as Green Flag Waves on Opening DayRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Eater

    Motor Row Brewing Co. officially opens to the public on Thursday in the South Loop, but if customers didn't reserve a spot online, they're out of luck.

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  19. Chicago's 11 Most Anticipated Openings of 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Eater

    A new year means plenty of new restaurants to start drooling over. Eater Chicago's Most Anticipated Winter Opening Report has you covered for the next few months but here's a look at what's coming later this year.

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  20. Nonna's & Formento's Brings Familiar Italian-American Combo Concept to West Loop TodayRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Eater

    The idea for Nonna's and Formento's is a "very personal concept" that restaurateur John Ross says sprang from his childhood. Nonna's, the Italian-American grab-and-go sandwich shop opened today in the West Loop, while Ross and his partners at B. Hospitality Group waited for Chicago officials to approve a liquor license for their larger and neighboring restaurant, Formento's.

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