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Foxtrot and Chicago Bulls Star Zach LaVine Launch Candy Collaboration

Illinois’ Minimum Wage Increases for 2023

Chicago Restaurant Week Menus Are Live with 51 New Venues

United Center Workers Allege Labor Violations at the Home of the Bulls and Blackhawks

Cross-Pollination of Hospitality and Legal Weed Amps Up in Chicago

Portillo’s Is Trying to Keep Prices Down Despite High Inflation

Illinois Voters Could Enshrine Labor Rights in State Constitution in November Election

A First-Ever Worker Town Hall Brings Restaurant Concerns Into Focus

Lakeview Nightclub Berlin Temporarily Closes Day After Customer Dies

Expanded Outdoor Dining May Become an All-Seasons Fixture

Honey Butter Fried Chicken Jibarito Pop-Up to Benefit Puerto Rican Hurricane Relief

Ann Sather’s Owner Alderman Tom Tunney Won’t Run for Reelection

Jewish Deli Legend Manny’s Marks 80 Years With New Smoked Pastrami Sandwich

Home Run Inn Recalls More Than 13,000 Pounds of Frozen Sausage Pizza

Chicago’s DoorDash and Grubhub Drivers Take a Step Toward Unionizing

John Leguizamo Visits One of Chicago’s Most Cherished Mexican Restaurants

Suburban Chicago Bakery Wins, Can Hold Future Drag Brunches

Food Network Spotlights How a Chicago Chef Uses Food to Teach School Kids

Billy Corgan’s Tea Shop Raises $250K for Highland Park Shooting Victims

Choco Taco Fans Reminded Amped-Up Versions Exist in Chicago

Suburban Chicago Bakery’s Drag Show Attracts Anti-LGBTQ Harassment

Details Emerge on Chef Iliana Regan’s Second Book

Logan Square’s Big Kids Kicks Off Partnership With the San Francisco Treat

As Maple & Ash’s Lawsuits Continue, Attorney Blames Design Flaw for Cafe Closure

Jeff & Judes’s Late-Night Diner Replacement to Launch Saturday in Ukrainian Village

Fans Raise $27K for Victims After Driver Crashes Into Old Town Bar’s Patio

Internet Scammers Unleash a Deluge of One-Star Reviews on a Chicago Vietnamese Restaurant

Maple & Ash Investors File Lawsuit Against Owners Who Are Already Suing Each Other

An Invasive Fish Gets a Makeover: Asian Carp is Now ‘Copi’ on a Restaurant Menu Near You

Chicagoans Poke ‘The Bear’ For Its Inaccurate Portrayal of River North as a Gritty Urban Neighborhood

New Illinois Law Bans Delivery Apps From Sharing Restaurant Menus Without Written Permission

Three Chicagoans Win James Beard Foundation Media Awards