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  • Bravo's Andy Cohen says Chicago's turn is coming

    Bravo's Andy Cohen says Chicago's turn is coming
    If you want to know why there’s not a “Real Housewives of Chicago,” Bravo TV exec Andy Cohen has the answer. Or not. “That's a good question,” Cohen told RedEye in a recent phone interview. “We’ve done...
  • Remarkable Person: Manny Valdes

    Remarkable Person: Manny Valdes
    The son of and grandson of butchers, Manny Valdes grew up watching his father lovingly prepare Cuban sandwiches at his inner-city bodegas. "My grandfather and my dad were always the best cooks in the family," Valdes recalls. "They were big fishermen in...
  • Q&A: '30 Minutes or Less' star Aziz Ansari star screams warnings mid-car chase

    Q&A: '30 Minutes or Less' star Aziz Ansari star screams warnings mid-car chase
    I didn’t laugh harder during all of the last TV season than when, on “Parks and Recreation,” Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) developed his Haverfoods slang that, for example, dubs cakes “big-old cookies,” tortillas “bean...
  • Tickets still available for Taste of the Nation

    Tickets still available for Taste of the Nation
    There's still time to get tickets for Share Our Strengths's Taste of the Nation, the star-studded chef gala benefiting anti-hunger efforts nationwide, taking place 7-10 p.m. Wednesday at Navy Pier's Grand Ballroom. Event chairs R.J. Melman and Mindy...
  • From Bayless in 'Cascabel' to Achatz at Next, all the tables a stage

    From Bayless in 'Cascabel' to Achatz at Next, all the tables a stage
    Most Chicago actors do not bring their own Bunsen burners to the rehearsal room. But then, Rick Bayless — the creator of the phenomenally popular Chicago restaurants Topolobampo and Frontera Grill and a chef who embraced celebrity long before it...
  • Get Ready To Eat: Chicago Restaurant Week Starts Today

    Get Ready To Eat: Chicago Restaurant Week Starts Today
    10 days. 200 restaurants. One city. Chicago Restaurant Week is back and bigger than ever, with HUNDREDS of restaurants offering three-course lunches and dinners at a discounted rate ($22 for lunch, $33/$44 for dinner). This gives thousands of diners...
  • Prime plates: Where to go for Restaurant Week

    Prime plates: Where to go for Restaurant Week
    Back for a fifth year, Chicago Restaurant Week kicks off Friday with 10 straight days of discounted dining, lunch and dinner, at some of Chicago's best restaurants. Launched in 2008 with 35 pioneering participants, Chicago Restaurant Week, produced by...
  • This week in food writing

    This week in food writing
    Food stories this week from the Chicago Tribune Good Eating and Dining staffs: *** Chris Borrelli profiles Davide Nanni, the restaurant designer/repo man behind Ruxbin and the forthcoming Ombra. [LINK] *** Restaurant critic Phil Vettel recommends...
  • River North: From gritty roots to urban chic

    River North: From gritty roots to  urban chic
    Gary Deutsch wanted to live in a neighborhood with the cosmopolitan flair and pulsating pace that his digs in San Diego lacked. He found that in River North, a once-derelict district being transformed by new development into one of the city's most vibrant...