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  1. Celebrate July 4 and America in Chicago With These Patriotic DishesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Eater

    Independence Day is upon us, and while grilling is a popular option, there are plenty of restaurants in Chicago with dishes that exemplify the American spirit. Some of these menu items have a rich history with recipes that date back to the old world.

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  2. 15 Chicago Restaurants With Top Views of the Windy CityRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Eater

    Chicago has some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world, and very few things enhance it than standout food and drink. The spots on this list range from fine dining restaurants in the sky, to relaxing beachfront summertime draws, to rooftops on top of skyscrapers.

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  3. 20 Great Places in Chicago to Cool Off With Frozen Treats, Summer 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Eater

    Long, hot summer days are here and to help make them a little more bearable, we've updated our frozen desserts guide. From boozy snow cones and milkshakes to ice cream donut sandwiches and $100 sundaes, there are plenty of ways to alleviate the heat.

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  4. Umami Burger Confirms Expansion Move Onto Randolph StreetRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Eater

    Turns out the report that Umami Burger is moving onto Randolph Street is true. The Los Angeles-based chain will open its second Chicago location at 945 West Randolph Street sometime in spring 2016.

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  5. Sen. Mark Kirk Making a Federal Issue Out of Chicago's Food Truck RestrictionsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Eater

    U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois wants Chicago lawmakers to lift restrictions on food trucks to allow them to better prosper. The Senator made a visit on Saturday to the Chicago Food Truck Fest and chatted with truck owners.

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  6. Brian Enyart and Wife, Former Topolobampo Chefs, Opening Logan Square RestaurantRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Eater

    A noteworthy longtime Chicago chef and his wife-who both worked under Rick Bayless for years-are gearing up to bring their own version of Mexican food to Logan Square. Brian Enyart , who rose through Bayless' ranks during a 14-year stint and was most recently the chef de cuisine at Topolobampo in 2011, and his wife, former Topolobampo pastry chef Jennifer Jones , signed a lease at 2829 W. Armitage for their first restaurant-the "Mexican-inspired" Dos Urban Cantina .

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  7. Scofflaw Group Unveiling Cocktail Lounge Above Slippery Slope Next WeekRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Eater

    When cocktail gurus the Scofflaw guys opened their raucous Logan Square dancing and drinking haven Slippery Slope in May 2014 , they promised to open a more "relaxed" spot upstairs at a later date. That date is finally almost here, as well as details on what it will be.

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  8. Go Inside JINYA Ramen Bar's New Chicago LocationRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Eater

    Chicagoans have yet another ramen choice as Los Angeles-based JINYA Ramen Bar will begin serving up broth on Friday in Lakeview. Jinya offers diners a bit more variety than most ramen shops with three different versions of tonkotsu .

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  9. Krispy Kreme Flooding Chicagoland With Eight New Doughnut ShopsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Eater

    Chicago may be in the midst of an unprecedented doughnut boom, but a behemoth is coming from the south to once again attempt to stake claim on Chicago's fried pastry crown. Krispy Kreme , the famous North Carolina-headquartered doughnut chain, is planning to flood Chicagoland with eight new shops "over the next few years," according to a release .

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  10. Opening Report: Via Lima Brings Peru to North Center; 2nd Meatloaf Bakery; MoreRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Eater

    Plus, Catalpa Kitchen in Logan, Southern France invades Lakeview, Starfish's return, T & B Grill in Albany Park, another How Do You Roll? and Ryo Sushi. NORTH CENTER- Via Lima gives Chicago another choice for Peruvian food tomorrow.

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  11. Treat Yourself: Five New Brunch and Lunch Options Around ChicagoRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Eater

    In addition to its regular menu, there are new lunch options like a quarter chicken lunch with choice of one side or a half chicken lunch with two sides. The restaurant is also offering "chicknics," on-the-go package meals that feed several and include a rotisserie chicken, corn, coleslaw, cornbread, biscuits and a bottle of sauce.

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  12. Reader: de Quay's Fusion Excites; RedEye: Villains' Triumphant Return; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Eater

    Mike Sula is pleased with the "exciting" Dutch-Indonesian fusion going on at de Quay . Almost everything on the menu is either an " overt or subdued combination of the two cuisines " like oorlog Amsterdam frites that are "crispy but creamy inside" and loaded with mayo, peanut satay sauce and chopped raw onion.

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  13. Snap Kitchen Chicago Invasion Continues With Second Opening Today in Lincoln ParkRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Eater

    Austin, Texas-based Snap Kitchen is betting that Chicagoans will embrace their take on healthy grab and go offerings. They're rapidly expanding here, having already opened a Lakeview location last week at 621 W. Diversey, is opening a second today at 1534 N. Halsted in Lincoln Park, and adding third next week in the Loop at 233 W. Adams.

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  14. The 9 Essential Barbecue Spots in ChicagoRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Eater

    Chicago may not be in the south, but residents here, with so many great spots old and new, know a thing or two about barbecue. From tender brisket to luscious ribs, Chicagoans might not have invented these various styles found around the country but sure have come close to perfecting them.

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  15. Loews Hotel Fully Unveiling Chicago's Largest Terrace on June 26Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Eater

    More hotels in downtown Chicago means more places to enjoy many Chicagoans favorite summer activity-eating, drinking and lounging on roofs above the city. One is about to fully open in Streeterville that's not as high up as others but definitely larger.

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  16. 13 Great Places to Eat and Drink Near the Blackhawks Parade and RallyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Eater

    Hey Chicago, your Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in the last six years. And besides tours with the cup, celebrations at seemingly every bar, and the pride in knowing that the city is home to the best professional hockey team, that also means that the city will throw a huge parade downtown on Thursday at 10 a.m. which this year will end with a rally at Soldier Field.

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  17. Edward Kim on Ruxbin's First Five Years: Making Things Difficult and Finding BalanceRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Eater

    When Ruxbin opened, Edward Kim and his team worried that their location on Ashland Avenue wouldn't attract enough customers to warrant reservations. It didn't take long for those thoughts to be dashed as accolades from Bon AppA tit , Time Out Chicago , Chicago Tribune and GQ came pouring in.

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  18. Cup Specials at The Pony; Rockin' Lobster Bash Tix on Sale; MoreRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Eater

    How about our Chicago Blackhawks, huh? If you're looking to continue to celebrate the Stanley Cup home win, The Pony has a few $5 specials . The cup itself may even show up there .

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  19. Opening Report: Silli Kori Replaces Thai Village; Uncle Remus South; MoreRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Eater

    Now open , Silli Kori sits in the former home of Thai Village at 2053 W. Division and comes from the former owners' niece, who has overhauled the design, food and drinks. The re-design, which you can see here , modernizes the space and there is a distinct absence of kitschy Thai details.

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  20. 19 Great Waterfront Spots for a Meal or Drink in ChicagoRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Eater

    Summer in Chicago brings a myriad of festivals, warm weather and an atmosphere that makes this season in the city one the world's best. Capitalize on this by finding a meal or drink with an aquatic backdrop on Lake Michigan or the Chicago River, where scenic options combine with food and beverage to create a memorable summer experience.

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