Food

Tucked among walk-up apartments and small businesses in Logan Square sits coffee shop Sip of Hope (3039 W. Fullerton Ave.). A white neon sign inside the store window reads “We’re in this together,” welcoming customers …

Food

The ambience of coffee shops simply can’t be beat. They’re a great place to socialize or get work done but in a more relaxed setting, sipping a delicious handcrafted beverage. Chicago is chock-full of great …

Food

A Starbucks can be found on just about any corner. But a branch with five floors and 35,000 square feet is hardly an ordinary Starbucks. The Starbucks Chicago Roastery (646 N. Michigan Ave.) is the …

Events

Looking down Clark Street Sept. 22, it didn’t look much different than any other day — cars zoomed by, rain drizzled down and people huddled under umbrellas to stay dry. But every so often, a …

Pint and Plate

Full disclosure, based on my previous articles, readers like yourselves will know I’m obsessed with Italian cuisine. From pastas, arancini, panna cotta and salads — yes, even salads — my love for Italian food spans …

Events

Rogers Park is home to many different cultures — and where there’s cultural diversity, there’s a medley of different kinds of food. From Mexican cuisine, to Italian pizzerias, to sweet treats, there’s something for everyone …

Pint and Plate

What comes to mind when I say “Hot Sauce?” Sriracha and Cholula? What about when I say “Bread?” That moldy loaf that’s sitting on top of your fridge? Yeah right, push those clowns aside because …

Events

Smoky aromas filled Halsted Street as white tents overflowed with hundreds of pounds of meats, vegetables and potatoes served on giant silver platters. Greektown’s biggest festival, Taste of Greektown, is made for Chicago Greeks, local …