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Cook County Officials Subpoena Tax Records for Parlor Pizza in Chicago

Virtue’s Erick Williams Wins Chicago’s Sole James Beard Award

Bob Chinn’s Will Live On, Even Without Bob Chinn

13 Chicago Food Businesses Receive $33 Million in Community Development Grants

Jean Banchet Awards Pull S.K.Y. Sommelier’s Nomination After Racial Profiling Allegation

Bob Chinn, Pioneering Suburban Restaurant Owner, Dies at 99

Chicago Considers Requiring Job Posts to Include Salary Ranges

El Milagro Tortilleria Employee Sets Record Straight Regarding Workplace Reforms

El Milagro Tortilla Workers Gain Improved Pay, Shorter Hours After Months of Negotiations

Michelin Announces 2022 Chicago Bib Gourmand List

Chicago Farmers Markets Poised to Return for Bustling Spring and Summer

Eight of the Best Chicago Restaurant Week Deals

Fire Breaks Out at Nipsey’s, the South Side Tavern at the Center of Neighborhood Controversy

More Chicago Bars and Restaurants Raising Money to Help Ukraine

An updated round-up of fundraisers in response to the Russian military invasion

2022’s Jean Banchet Award Nominations Are Live in Chicago

A Chicago Chef Was Mistakenly Left Off the List of James Beard Semifinalists

Pizza City Fest Will Debut This Summer With an All-Star Lineup

Frontera Grill Chefs Explore the African Roots of Mexican Cuisine

A Cheesesteak Whiz Returns to Lincoln Square 17 Months After A Devastating Fire

Nancy’s Stuffed Pizza Namesake Dies at Age 87

A New Restaurant in Logan Square Faces a Hacker Attack

Smoque BBQ Celebrates 15 Years With a Special Occasion Sandwich

Family Dining Has Taken a Hit During Pandemic

‘This Is It For Now’: Tropical Bar Lost Lake to Close Permanently Next Week

Bucktown Restaurant Owner in Stable Condition Following Shooting

Chicago’s Restaurants and Bars to Mandate Vaccines for Customers and Workers

Chicago Could Announce a Restaurant and Bar Mandate on Tuesday

Lincoln Square Bakery Requires Proof of Booster Shot for Dine-In Customers

More Chicago Restaurants Respond to COVID-19 Surge With Temporary Closures

Despite vaccinations, chefs and owners find themselves returning to pandemic pivots

‘I Thought I Was All Done With That’: COVID Surge Forces Restaurants to Shut Down Temporarily

Chicago’s Mayor Wants Restaurants to Serve Kids Healthy Drinks, Which They Were Doing Anyway

A Special Family Dinner Brings The Challenges of Dining With Autism Into Focus