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RedEyeEmporium Arcade Bar 1366 N. Milwaukee Ave. No phone yet Rating: 3 (out of four) Off to a good start Let's get one thing straight: Emporium Arcade Bar doesn't need any press coverage to survive in Chicago. The concept—a throwback arcade that...
To divine whether you are drinking at a true dive bar, forget the neighborhood. Dive bars, thankfully, live everywhere in this city, a testament to tradition and one inescapable fact: Once we are in winter's teeth, few trips warm us like the short walk to...
Hope you’re hungry, sushi fans! This quest starts near the Grand stop on the Red Line and ends at River North’s northwest corner. Start your fish-fueled adventure at sleek but casual sushi bar Oysy (50 E. Grand Ave. 312-670-6750), where you...
Tribune criticA couple of restaurant concepts have come and gone in the historic Hinsdale Theater in downtown Hinsdale, but the newest try might be a hit. Opening Saturday is Cine (29 E. First St., Hinsdale, 630-590-5655) and I have a couple of reasons to be...
Twenty-one Chicago food truck stands are scheduled to begin operation by the end of next week, city officials told the Tribune and the Stew. Located in Lincoln Park, the Loop, Streeterville, Lakeview, West Town and Wicker Park the stands will allow up to...
UPDATE: On Wednesday, the City Council passed a Chicago ordinance that would allow cooks to prepare fresh meals from food trucks, but also restrict the areas in which they're allowed to park and serve. The ordinance was passed with a 45-1 vote, with Ald....
Tags: Restaurants, Cancer, Sandwiches, Foods and Beverages, Soups
There's only one race in America that matters, and we have the exclusive on the winner: It's Mitt Romney by a (Chia) head. The much-anticipated head-to-head contest between the President Barack Obama Chia Head and the Mitt Romney Chia turned out to be...
Special to the Chicago TribuneImagine that your home could communicate with you, telling you, for example, that your refrigerator was about to fail or that your teenage daughter had arrived home from school safely. Imagine that it could learn your habits — the times of day you...
RedEyeBenny Torres didn’t mind how many people took photos with this year’s costume. In fact, he insisted upon it. The 27-year old from Noble Square was, however, surprised at how much attention his “Che Guevara T-Shirt” costume got...
Tags: Humboldt Park
A huge hit 17 years ago at both the Turnaround and Steppenwolf Theatres, the Chicago production of Brian Friel's Irish drama "Faith Healer" is to be remounted in December, replete with its original director, JR Sullivan, and the original cast of Brad...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Drama (genre)
If you have fond memories of cashing in your allowance for quarters and then plugging them into games at the local arcade, two recently opened bars are offering the chance to relive the past. Emporium Arcade Bar (1366 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-697-7922) in...
Scott Weiner and Greg Mohr, the owners of Wicker Park sports bar The Fifty/50, are opening an indoor-outdoor rooftop restaurant called Homestead in mid-July on West Chicago Avenue. Here’s the lowdown on what to expect. How to find it: You’...
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