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  1. Dry-Aged Steaks Coming to Lincoln Square Courtesy of Fork Spin-OffRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Eater

    Knife , the steakhouse sibling from the owners of Lincoln Square's Fork announced last year, continues to progress. Chef Timothy Cottini estimates there's about eight to 12 weeks of construction and work before they can start serving up dry-aged beef and other items.

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  2. Chicago's 10 Essential Dim Sum RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Eater

    A A'is an exciting way to try a large variety of delicious foods. From dumplings and rolls to buns and cakes, there's no shortage of choices for everyone to enjoy.

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  3. Hot Doug's Duck-Fat Popcorn? Lincoln Park Shop's Popping The KernelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Eater

    Doug Sohn is branching out from encased meats. After last month's frigid, yet successful, pop-up at Publican Quality Meats , the former proprietor of Hot Doug's has teamed up with Berco's Popcorn , a Lincoln Park shop that's been around since 2013.

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  4. Portillo's Opening Second Chicago Location, With Two Patios in South LoopRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Eater

    The Internets erupted on Wednesday when various media outlets reported that Chicago street food favorite Portillo's Hot Dogs was targeting May for the opening of its long-awaited second location in the city proper. Though easily found in the suburbs, fans of Portillo's Italian beefs, hot dogs and chocolate cakes only had their Ontario Street location in River North to satisfy their city cravings.

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  5. La Cocinita Venezuelan Graduating From Food Truck to Evanston RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Eater

    La Cocinita , the food truck peddling Venezuelan-style street food, has graduated to brick and mortar status. They're planning a restaurant Evanston with a March opening, according to The Daily Northwestern .

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  6. Asian Cajun in Lincoln Park is Latest To Join The Bagged Seafood SensationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Eater

    Another day, another restaurant opens with a concept that closely resembles The Angry Crab . The latest contender opened late last month , Asian Cajun , which took over the vacancy left by Lincoln Park Noodle House near the corner of Fullerton and Ashland.

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  7. Gene's Sausage Shop Shutters Belmont Location After 36 Years InRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Eater

    Gene's Sausage Shop and Delicatessen will now focus on business at their multi-story spot in Lincoln Square now that they've sold and closed their Belmont Avenue location. Nadig Newspapers reported that Gene's shuttered on Jan. 15 after selling the space to Carnicerias Jimenez, an eight-shop Mexican grocery chain with two locations in Chicago and six in the suburbs.

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  8. Curtis Duffy Documentary 'For Grace' Now Available To StreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Eater

    Those who haven't been fortunate enough to catch a special screening of " For Grace " -the documentary following Grace chef Curtis Duffy and partner Michael Muser- now have their chance. Filmmakers released the movie today via digital streaming on a variety of online outposts.

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  9. Where to Watch Super Bowl 50 in ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Eater

    Whether you have rooting interests or are just watching for the commercials, chances are you'll be tuning into the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 7. If you're headed out to enjoy the big game, check out the following spots for food and drink specials. Chili cookoffs, all-you-can-eat wings and whole smoked pigs are just a few of the reasons you should be excited, even if football's not your thing.

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  10. Bow Truss Coffee Roasters Flooding Chicago With Nine New ShopsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Eater

    What started as a small Lakeview storefront on Broadway is now much grander, as Bow Truss Coffee Roaster founder Phil Tadros unveiled an aggressive expansion plan for Chicago. Tadros revealed addresses for nine new locations, among them the previously announced Mariano Park /Viagra Triangle space.

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  11. How Paul McGee's Lost Lake Became Another Tiki Paradise in Logan SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Eater

    Welcome back to One Year In , a feature in which Eater sits down for a chat with the chefs and owners of restaurants celebrating their one year anniversary. About 14 months ago, celebrated cocktailer and two-time Eater Award-winner Paul McGee shocked the Chicago bar scene when he exited Chicago's largest restaurant group and his nationally-renowned pet tiki bar Three Dots and a Dash .

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  12. Gage Owner Shines Light on New Downtown Seafood Spot Beacon TavernRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 28 | Eater

    Billy Lawless has a new seafood-centric restaurant planned for that former McDonald's space in River North. Named Beacon Tavern , it should open in April, reports Chicago magazine , with Lawless joining executive chef Bob Broskey and chef/partner Chris Gawronski.

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  13. Smoothie King Poised To Invade Chicagoland Starting in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Eater

    As Chicago embraces healthier fast-food options , Smoothie King readies its ambitious expansion plan , planning to enter the market by opening a suburban location by August, according to the franchisee. The chain, based outside of New Orleans, wants to make Chicago its Midwestern hub, eventually opening more than 100 spots in the city and suburbs.

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  14. Arun's Owner Selling Fine-Dining Thai Institution After 30 Years InRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Eater

    There was a time when Arun's epitomized fine dining in Chicago by combining elevated takes on classic Thai dishes in an elegant setting. But as Chicago's culinary reputation grew, diners began shying away from that unassuming spot along Kedzie Avenue.

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  15. Why Artisan Ice Crafts a Cooler CocktailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Eater

    Is fancy ice the ultimate indicator of cocktail snobbery or an essential element that transforms a good cocktail into a great one? Chicago bars are pouring thousands of dollars into elaborate ice programs that ensure every drink is not only cold, but also perfectly diluted and aesthetically pleasing, elevating the lowly ice cube to an art form. In the age of the craft cocktails, there's a lot to think about when ordering a drink: What type of base spirit do I want? Should it be shaken or stirred? Is it served with a banana dolphin? Does the bartender making it have a properly quaffed beard? The last thing on that checklist of imbibing essentials is ice, and the best bartenders know that good ice is the building block of a cocktail.

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  16. Is Chicago Restaurant Week Worth It For the Restaurants?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Eater

    Chicago Restaurant Week 2016 began on Friday, bringing the usual prix-fixe menus diners have gobbled up for eight years. Chicago's normal snow and sub-zero wind chills for this time of year illustrates a driver for the promotion; winter slows the restaurant business down with fewer Chicagoans venturing out.

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  17. Mercadito Kitchen Shutters After Three Concepts in Three YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Eater

    After going through three concepts in three years since opening in 2012 inside the Talbott Hotel, Mercadito Kitchen quietly closed on Sunday. The shutter in the Gold Coast leaves only one Mercadito Hospitality restaurant open in Chicago.

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  18. Use Your Noodle: Where to Find Chicago's 14 Essential Ramen ShopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Eater

    Ramen is a Japanese specialty beloved by many and mastered by few. Tender noodles in hot broth with a layering of nori, soft-boiled egg, sprouts and spices is an artful combination that can be enjoyed just about any hour of the day .

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  19. More on Wicker Park's Latest Ramen Spot, Changes at Enolo Wine Cafe, More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Eater

    Chicago Magazine reports that Kizuki will have a "noodle bar" open kitchen to watch the four types of ramen being made, 18 small plates, four types of Japanese spirits, sake, sochu, beer, and possibly "Japanese-style" cocktails. - Enolo Wine Cafe , Roka Akor's sister restaurant formerly known as Enolo Wine Bar , has brought on a new chef and rolled out a new menu on Friday.

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  20. Blackwood BBQ Opens in Lakeview; Madison Tavern in Ogilvie; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Eater

    Blackwood BBQ is opening its third location on Saturday in Lakeview. Craft beer will be served next month and officials are calling the space, near the Belmont CTA red and brown line station, its flagship.

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