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The Battle Over Chicago’s Tipped Minimum Wage Is Over

How Tipped Minimum Wage Bans Have Shaken Out Across the U.S.

Illinois Restaurant Association Backs Alternative Proposal Giving Chicago the Highest Minimum Wage in the U.S.

Fire May Keep Le Bouchon Closed For a Month

Chicago May Eliminate The Tipped Minimum Wage in October

Is Chicago Experiencing an Urban Foraging Renaissance?

Kroger Sells Mariano’s Brand, Leaving the Fate of the Grocery Store’s Name in Peril

Michelin to Announce Chicago, New York, and D.C. Stars in November

Pizza City Fest Burned Attendees Who Called It a Chicago Fyre

Chicago Restaurants and Organizers Ponder the Future of Food Festivals

Chicago’s Record-Breaking Heatwave Forces Restaurants to Temporarily Close

Evanston Debates Tipped Minimum Wage As Activists Declare Victory in Chicago

Black-Owned Restaurants and Bars Are Still Recovering Three Years After COVID Arrived

El Milagro Workers Reach Settlement Over NLRB Complaint

Taste of Randolph Organizers in Hot Water Over Suggested Donations

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How FX’s ‘The Bear’ Impacts Chicago’s Restaurant Scene

A collection of Eater Chicago’s stories about the TV show that’s streamed via Hulu

‘The Bear’ Gambles on Downtown Chicago

Lyrical Lemonade’s Summer Smash Food Lineup Includes Tamale Guy, Kasama, and Harold’s

Kuma’s Corner, the Brash Metal Burger Bar, Will Sell Hot Dogs in Fulton Market

Virtue and Kasama Celebrate Their James Beard Wins With a South Side Party

Virtue, Kasama Together Score Big for Chicago at James Beard Awards

Chicago’s City Council May Bring Back Outdoor Street Dining

Lizzo Bestows Chicago’s Dimo’s Pizza With a 10/10 TikTok Review

Michael Rubel, the Cocktail Savant Who Steered Chicago’s Influential Violet Hour, Has Died

Actress Piper Perabo and ‘The Bear’ Creator Chris Storer Added to Welcome Conference

‘The Bear’ Season 2 Trailer Shows Off Publican Quality Meats and Dom’s Kitchen

‘The Bear’ Will Return in Late June for Season 2

NLRB: Starbucks Illegally Fired a Chicago Barista For Union Organizing

Even Vienna Beef, Chicago’s 130-Year-Old Hot Dog Maker, Has Spoofed Wes Anderson

Iconic Ice Cream Parlor Margie’s Candies Mourns Owner’s Death

Portillo’s Suburban Chicago Warehouse Workers Become Chain’s First to Unionize

Chicago Gourmet Aims to Reinvigorate Downtown