Dining on the Line

Guess who’s back, back again. Ashley’s back; tell a friend. (Seriously tell someone, I’m sure they missed me). After what has been much too long of a hiatus, I have returned from the depths of …

Dining on the Line

Whether you’re new to the campus food scene or the employees at your go-to lunch spot have your order memorized, it’s always good to try somewhere new. Unfortunately, I’m not very good at that. When …

Dining on the Line

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The time when I eat way too much and justify it by writing this review. It’s the Taste of Chicago. This year’s fest, which runs through Sunday, …

Arts & Entertainment

Telling me to pick my favorite food is like telling a mother to pick her favorite child. But if I was forced to choose, I would probably have to go with burgers, just like how …

Arts & Entertainment

No words have ever been truer than these from the award-winning novel and film The Help: “Fried chicken just tend to make you feel better about life.” With this mantra in our minds and empty …

Arts & Entertainment

Sono Wood Fired gets its name both from meaning “I am” in Italian and for being located in the “Sono” area of Lincoln Park (just south of North Avenue in the Clybourn Corridor). So by …

Arts & Entertainment

The tastiest of all summer festivals has finally descended upon Grant Park — The Taste of Chicago 2014 is here with all of its fried, baked, broiled, boiled and grilled goodness. This year’s fest, which …

Arts & Entertainment

I have a love-hate relationship with tapas. Love: I can order five different things off the menu and no one is allowed to look at me like I am a freak of nature. Hate: sometimes …