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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

Suburban Chicago Craft Brewer Loses Job After Sexual Assault Incident Comes to Light

A Chicagoan Bakes Vegan Cookies With Jamaican Flavors For the Holidays

Brian Mita of Izakaya Mita in Bucktown Dies at Age 43

TBOX, the Infamous Wrigleyville Bar Crawl, to Return After a Pandemic Hiatus

As Culver’s Enters Pullman, an Established Vegan Restaurant Refuses to be Overlooked

This Year, Diwali Is Becoming a Restaurant Celebration in Chicago

Chai-infused beer can double as a holiday treat

McDonald’s CEO Ripped for Text to Chicago Mayor Claiming Parents Failed Gunned-Down Children

Another IRS Raid Shuts Down a Popular South Side Barbecue Restaurant

All Three Parlor Pizza Bars Shut Down After Raids from IRS and Police

Tribune Critic Uses Social Media to Rip Northwest Side Pizzeria’s Mask Compliance

A Bridgeport Dive Bar Launches a GoFundMe to Renew Its Liquor License

Iliana Regan Officially Departs From Her Michelin-Starred Restaurant in Chicago

Harold’s Chicken’s Mild Sauce Hits Grocery Store Shelves

Lincoln Park Bar Says Vaccine Policy Cost It Customers

El Milagro Hit With NLRB Complaint as Tortilla Factory Workers Rally

Chicago-Style Pizza Stuffed With Goat Birria Is No Longer a Fantasy

Goose Island Beer Co. Workers Claim Brewery Laid Off Employees After They Tried to Unionize

Portillo’s, a Chicago Street Food Icon, Plots Major Expansion

A Proposed West Loop Metra Station Could Bring More Hungry Workers to the Area