What are your headline predictions for 2016?
Penny Pollack, Chicago Magazine: River North ground shifts due to glut of steakhouses
Michael Nagrant, RedEye: Graham Elliot Appointed Alderman. Brendan Sodikoff Takes A Vacation Day. Local Food Writer Caught Paying for Meal with Their Own Money. John Mariani Dubs Chicago's Location of Olive Garden Absolutely Superb. Rick Bayless Does Forearm-Stand Scorpion Yoga Pose on Top of the Marina Towers Blindfolded. Boka Group Launches the Ultimate Deep Dish Pizza Experience. Tony Hu Launches Huge Downtown Asian Food Stall Market Lao Egg Roll.
Sarah Freeman, Zagat: Brendan Sodikoff opens six-seat omakase bar inside Pottery Barn.
Amy Cavanaugh, Time Out Chicago: Heisler Hospitality opens a cocktail bar in every single Chicago neighborhood (For real, though, someone help out the far north side.)
Michael Gebert, Fooditor: CPS Students Demand Appropriate Wine Pairings. Cubs To Sell Tickets on Tock; Prices For Peak Innings Soar.
Chandra Ram, Plate: Chicago Remains El Jefe For Mexican Food
Jeff Ruby, Chicago Magazine: My headlines are notoriously bad, but it'd probably be something involving Trinidadian food.
Phil Vettel, Chicago Tribune: Dozens of Restaurants Join No-Tipping Trend
Anthony Todd, Chicagoist: Midwest Experiences Sudden Beef Shortage, All Fancy Steakhouses Forced to Shutter. Kohlrabi Finally Has Its Moment In the Sun, As We're Bored With All Other Vegetables
Peter Frost, Crain's: 1) More tasting menus. 2) Will the bubble burst?
Chris LaMorte, UrbanDaddy: More restaurants eliminate tipping