Arts & Entertainment

While I was out with two friends on a Friday night, a craving for pasta overtook me. Thankfully, one of my friends recommended a place that was just the solution: the Pasta Bowl (2434 N. …

Food

Revival Food Hall (125 S. Clark St.) has become my sanctuary on Monday nights this semester. Between eight-hour days at my internship and two-and-a half hours of night classes, each evening, I was looking for …

Arts & Entertainment

Do you and your friends ever get into “The Great Debate”? No, I’m not talking about Pepsi vs. Coca-Cola, cats vs. dogs or thin crust vs. deep dish. I’m talking about which combination of meat …

Food

A Venezuelan restaurant located in Lincoln Park offers some authentic options, but ultimately sacrifices complete authenticity for an appeal to younger crowds.

Food

At first glance, Pickwick Coffee Roasting Co. seems unreal. Tucked away on East Jackson Boulevard (22 E. Jackson Blvd.), the humble coffee house stands amid rumbling traffic and passing cars blaring their horns. Sandwiched between …

Food

If you find yourself in the West Loop, chances are you won’t go wrong with any restaurant in the area. With famous places such as Au Cheval, which sells a burger with a cult following, …

Food

My mother came down from the suburbs over the weekend for Sunday brunch, and I was tasked with choosing a restaurant. I thought I would divert from the traditional American breakfast and look for something …

Food

I visited 22 different coffee shops in Chicago over the past year courtesy of the Indie Coffee Passport, a pass valid December through August. For $25, participants choose from a list of drinks at participating …