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  1. Ruby Rips C Chicago; The Blanchard Excites Vettel; More ReviewsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Eater

    Jeff Ruby completely slams C Chicago , calling it " everything that is wrong with restaurants, and humanity ." His scathing review of the River North seafood spot starts by going off on the overflow seating area that "looks like the soul-sucking rooms where Days Inn serves its free continental breakfasts," before lamenting on a $74.25 black bass that's "been methodically eviscerated into a mealy, miserable carcass."

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  2. The Duck Inn Launching Brunch; Billy Joel Dines at Gibson's; MoreRead the original story

    Yesterday | Eater

    Catalpa Kitchen pushes opening to Tuesday, Nando's opening on Sept. 23 in Lincoln Park, Paramount Room anniversary and the Dude is abides at Pipeworks.

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  3. Former Glazed GM Planning South Side Cake & Ice Cream SpotRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Cake and ice cream has been a staple of children's birthday parties for years, and James Gray hopes the sweet sweet classic combination will be a hit with Chicago sweets enthusiasts. The Glazed & Infused and Goddess and Grocer vet is planning a string of cake and soft serve ice cream spots, named Sweet James Soft Serve Co.

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  4. The Early Word on Chicago's First Jam-Packed The Halal GuysRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Comments approve of the food at the new Gold Coast hotspot, but there are a number of complaints about service. The Halal Guys have arrived in Chicago and since their soft opening they have seen big business resulting in very long lines with people waiting an hour or more for food.

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  5. Viva La Renovacion! Cantina 1910 Will Finally Open In SeptemberRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Eater

    Two years of cleaning up water and fire damage gave the folks behind Cantina 1910 in Andersonville a chance to refine their Mexican restaurant's farm-to-table concept. They took ownership of the building in 2013, and intended to open much sooner than Sept.

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  6. Why Wait for Target? Here Are 16 Spots to Drink Alcohol & ShopRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Eater

    Sure, by now news has spread that a planned Target , inside the former Fox & Obel space in Streeterville, has applied for a liquor license. That likely means the store will serve booze for a drinky break for shoppers.

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  7. Can Chicago's Shoulders Support Multiple Food + Wine Festivals?Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Eater

    Though the Chicago Food + Wine Festival and Lollapalooza share similarities, including the same organizers, there's not much concern over liquor gardening this weekend in Lincoln Park. The attendees at the inaugural Food + Wine fest are a bit older and more refined than the Lolla crowd.

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  8. The Most Anticipated Chicago New Restaurants, Fall 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Eater

    With fall right around the corner, we're gearing up for another round of new restaurants popping up all over town. Check out what's coming in the next few months with Eater Chicago's Most Anticipated Fall Opening Report.

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  9. Lowcountry Restaurant Bagging Southern Seafood Trend and Karaoke in WrigleyvilleRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Eater

    In the vein of Angry Crab and other newcomers, Lowcountry will serve sauced-up seafood boils in plastic bags on Clark Street. Sauced-up Southern-style seafood boiled and served in plastic bags has become one of the biggest restaurant trends in Chicago in recent months, beginning with the perpetually-packed The Angry Crab in West Rogers Park and extending to The Rim Seafood on the same block and The Boiler Shrimp & Crawfish in Skokie.

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  10. Chicago Independents Organization Aiming to Draw Casual Diners to Top Independent RestaurantsRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Eater

    The group, which includes mfk, Elizabeth, Hopleaf and many more, trying to achieve visibility for restaurant members instead of chains. Chicago's true food and drink enthusiasts know about these "hidden gems" restaurant and bars.

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  11. Danny Meyer's GreenRiver Flowing into Streeterville in SeptemberRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Eater

    Irish-American bar planned for a September opening in Streeterville. Meyer's team, which runs New York's The Dead Rabbit , has received critical acclaim, and their Best Bar in The World group hopes to localize that success for Chicagoans with GreenRiver .

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  12. Chicago's First of Five Planned Halal Guys Opens Tonight in Gold CoastRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Eater

    Note: Only the first 100 will be served on Thursday's soft opening. There are only free bags and hand fans with purchases.

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  13. Hideout Riverwalk Coming Out Of The Shadows on ThursdayRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Eater

    For two decades, The Hideout's been a center for counterculture, hidden in between Wicker and Lincoln parks, right across from a city of Chicago truck yard. But one of Chicago's least-likely candidates for expansion is doing just that, confirming what Eater Chicago reported in June.

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  14. Buzz Bait Gives Old Town a Dedicated Fish Taco Spot Via Lou Malnati'sRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Eater

    In two days, the head of the venerable Lou Malnati's deep dish chain opens his first non-pizza restaurant- Buzz Bait Taqueria , a fish taco spot, at 1529 N. Wells St. in Old Town. Inspired by Marc Malnati's travels on the west coast, Buzz Bait feels like a sort of urban beach shack, replete with gray and earth tones, barnwood, off white-painted brick, and oversized fishing lures branded with the Buzz Bait logo.

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  15. Jackson Tavern's Photos of Ditka & Rodman Give The Bar a Real Chicago FeelRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Eater

    "Genuine Food and Spirits" is what's scribbled on the awning at Jackson Tavern . That's the new place from Rachel Dennis, who also runs Tapworks and Randolph Tavern .

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  16. Halal Guys' First Chicago Location Is Tiny But Promises to Be TastyRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Eater

    The wait's almost over, as the opening of New York City's famed Halal Guys ' first Chicago location is near. Management is still keeping the official opening date under wraps until Wednesday as they rush to apply the finishing touches inside their Gold Coast space on Division near Clark.

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  17. Parachute Snags Another Accolade as a Bon Appetit Best New RestaurantRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Eater

    The awards keep coming for Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark's " last shot ." After becoming Eater Chicago's restaurant of the year , the Jean Banchet best new restaurant in Chicago and a James Beard Award finalist for best new restaurant in the country, Parachute , the husband-and-wife team's acclaimed Korean-American restaurant in Avondale that almost never was, landed as no.

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  18. 40 Great Dog-Friendly Restaurants and Bars in Chicago, Excessively MappedRead the original story

    Monday Aug 17 | Eater

    The "dog days" of summer are here, and if you're a dog lover, bringing your canine buddy along to Chicago bars and restaurants is one of the best ways to spend your time. Here are 40 great dog-friendly spots to bring your pooch the next time you dine or drink out, some that even give out free bacon and assorted doggie treats.

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  19. Imported from Detroit: Look Around Bernie's Lunch & Supper Before Tonight's OpeningRead the original story

    Monday Aug 17 | Eater

    Detroit-area import Peas & Carrots Hospitality Group hopes their first Chicago restaurant gains as much of a following as their restaurants in the Mitten State when Bernie's Lunch & Supper opens for the first time at 5 p.m. on Monday. They're hoping that the restaurant becomes a versatile River North hot spot, drawing the after-work crowd, couples and groups of friends.

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  20. Foodseum, Chicago's 1st Food Museum, Finds Temporary Home in LoopRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 13 | Eater

    Get ready Chicago, the Foodseum , the city's first food-centric museum has found a home for the next three months. The museum will display its first full exhibit on the second floor of the Block 37 shopping mall Foodseum founder and executive director Kyle Joseph is stoked, calling the debut exhibit a teaser for when he and his staff eventually find a permanent home.

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