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Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Jesse Divine's Logan Square

Neighborhood Guides Amber Gibson Post a comment

When Jesse Divine first moved to Chicago, he lived in River North, but he much prefers the quieter, more laid-back scene in Logan Square. More

Knockout Noodles: The Best Noodle Dishes of 2012 in Chicago

Chicago Roger Kamholz Post a comment

Boy, my Atkins diet has not been going well. Yes sir, I've been hitting the carbs pretty hard this past year in search of Chicago's best noodles. And looking back on 12 months' worth of Knockout Noodles columns, I feel confident when I say this is an exciting time to be a noodle lover in this town. More

Sausage City: Telegraph's Charcuterie Plate

Sausage City Blake Royer 1 comment

Telegraph in Logan Square successfully defies all the issues I normally have about wine bars (pricey mediocre wine and pricey unambitious food made acceptable because they're served in a "wine bar), also has a fine charcuterie plate that changes regularly. More

Knockout Noodles: Telegraph

Knockout Noodles Roger Kamholz Post a comment

Lit by gourd-sized Edison bulbs and outfitted in dark, distressed woods, Telegraph certainly feels of a piece with the owners' other Chicago dining and drinking destinations, Webster's Wine Bar and The Bluebird. I dig the vibe this trio is putting out: airy, relaxed, youthful, and unvarnished, but all the while serious about their beverages. And judging by the pastas I tried, Telegraph's culinary bona fides are deliciously on par with its liquid cred. More

Put an Egg on It: Dishes We Love in Chicago with Eggs on Them

Chicago The Serious Eats Chicago Team 6 comments

Put an Egg on It was born out of a very simple question: do all foods taste better with an egg on them? As far as savory courses are concerned, the answer seems to be almost a definite yes. (Very unscientific calculations were in the 99 percent range.) It doesn't matter if the egg is fried, poached, or cooked in a thousand dollar sous vide machine, that plump yolk—which should slowly erupt like molten lava—improves just about everything it touches. More

Jeremy Quinn Makes 'Food & Wine' Top Sommelier List

News Nick Kindelsperger Post a comment

Jeremy Quinn was one of the seven sommeliers to make Food & Wine's Top Sommeliers of 2012. According to the magazine, he won by championing "naturally made European wines by talking them up to guests one table at a time." More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Nick's Logan Square

Neighborhood Guides Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

Every few weeks, one of our writers is going to write about their neighborhood favorites. First up is Logan Square, which has seen an influx of new restaurants. It's so big that it was hard to leave some places out. But here is Nick's Logan Square. More

10 New Chicago Restaurants We Loved in 2011

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

It was hard to keep track of every single restaurant opening of 2011. In fact, some of these places feel like such institutions, it's kind of amazing that they only opened this year. While there are undoubtedly restaurants that I unfairly left off the list, here are the ones that I couldn't wait to get back to. More

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