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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

El Milagro Locks Workers Out of Tortilla Factory After They Protest Unfair Treatment

Christkindlmarket Will Return for Chicago’s Holidays After a Pandemic Hiatus

Food Trucks and Carts Could Get Their Own Logan Square Lot

Chicago Restricts the Use of Disposable Plasticware at Restaurants

Sysco Worker Strike Ends Giving Restaurants a Labor Day Weekend Present

Chicago Restaurants Worry About Food Supplies Due to Sysco Strike

Chicago Seeks Restaurants Stories Detailing Experiences With DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats

Inside the Chicago Urban Farm Cultivating the Means to Fight Food Insecurity

Urban farm Growing Home is working to shrink South Side food deserts

WTTW Cancels ‘Check, Please!’ After 19 Seasons

Chicago’s Mask Mandate Returns Today, Here’s What to Know

Chicago, Once Again, Requires Masks to Eat Indoors at Restaurants

After Three Small Business Loan Rejections, a Roscoe Village Bakery Turns to Crowdfunding

Illinois Could See New Festivals Thanks to a New $10 Million Grant Program

Dave Matthews Dines on the Chicago River 17 Years After His Tour Bus Famously Befouled It

Chicago Diners Won’t Have to Show Proof of Vaccination to Eat Indoors — Yet

NBC 5 Rewards Former Hungry Hound With New TV Gig

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The Saga of Chicago ‘Tamale Guy’ Claudio Velez

The diminutive Mexican immigrant stands tall as a titan over Chicago’s bar scene

Illinois Restaurants May See COVID-19 Restrictions Return Next Week

Michelin-Starred Elske Goes Into a Second Hibernation in West Loop

Portillo’s Hot Dogs, Suburban Chicago’s Much-Loved Street Food Chain, Eyes IPO

How Chicago Taquerias Are Dealing With the Rising Cost of Meat

"If you raise prices you have to prepare for the backlash"

Another Top Chicago Baking Company Sunsets Its Fresh Bread Business

Chicago’s First Major Food Festival Since 2020 Is a Celebration of Smoked Meat

Camerino Gonzalez Valle, Founder of Taqueria Los Comales, Has Died