Chicago restaurants

Local influencer – Grand Rapids Magazine

With over 20,000 followers on Instagram, The GR Guide, aka Sara Visser, easily earned her nickname. Visser is a born and raised Grand Rapidian who jumped onto the Instagram platform very early on while living and working in Chicago and today operates a thriving account, @thegrguide, (and a blog) where …

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Hateful letters falsely claiming to be from judge sent to minority-owned northern suburban restaurants – CBS Chicago

MORTON GROVE, Illinois (CBS) – Some restaurateurs in the northern suburbs are concerned for their safety after being the target of threatening hate letters. As CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported Thursday night, Morton Grove police are investigating at least two restaurants that received hate-filled letters. Meanwhile, a restaurant owner …

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The heart of Hellenism in the city of winds

Chicago’s Greek Quarter. credit: Greek journalist Chicago’s Greek Quarter, the dining and nightlife district of the city’s Near West Side, is the undisputed cultural hub of the third largest population of Greeks living in the United States. Greektown bars and restaurants, serving some of the best Greek food in the …

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Afternoon edition: September 21, 2021

Good afternoon. Here’s the latest Chicago news you need to know. This is an approximately 5 minute read that will educate you on today’s biggest stories. This afternoon will be mostly cloudy with a high of nearly 66 degrees and gusts of up to 20 mph. It will be mostly …

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Chicago’s best ceviche and aguachile

Yes, Chicago has some amazing ceviche options.| Shutterstock It’s as if the mere act of uttering the word “ceviche” transports guests to a beach as soon as it stuck out their tongue. And that’s probably because, in their minds, the concept is classified under “seaside”. Usually prepared with cubed or …

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Roundtable on commercial real estate

What role does technology play in adapting to the evolution of CRE and the work environment? Camillucci: COVID has accelerated the trend of using e-commerce to purchase a wide range of products. This in turn shaped the commercial real estate market by driving demand for warehousing, trucking and logistics facilities. …

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A salary at the races for Justin Mustari

LAS VEGAS – Several gallops out of the door, Rose’s Crystal stammered. The 4 year old roan filly almost collided with the beast in front of her, so jockey Juan Hernandez stopped for a bit. About 330 miles from this eighth race, one mile across the Del Mar turf on …

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Zachary’s Brings Chicago Pizza to Downtown Pleasanton

PLEASANTON, CA – Zachary’s Chicago Pizza, a pizzeria with unique pies not to be confused with “Sicilian style,” “stuffed crust” or other varieties of “deep dishes,” will mark its Pleasanton Friday grand opening, with a party proceeds for the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation. Twenty percent of sales from the …

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“I wanted him to know how much he meant”

Even without the boost from a popular ESPN series, the Chicago Bulls’ latest dance looms large in basketball lore. The 1997-98 campaign was the last time Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman touched hardwood together. They of course won the championship, solidifying their status as one of the greatest …

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Saweetie partners with McDonald’s for special menu

McDonald’s is teaming up with hip-hop artist Saweetie for their next celebrity menu collaboration. The fast food chain announced Thursday that the “Saweetie Meal” will arrive at participating restaurants nationwide starting August 9. It includes a Big Mac, four Chicken McNuggets, Medium Fries, Medium Sprite, Tangy BBQ Sauce and “Saweetie …

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5 Chicago restaurant concepts are coming to Purdue University

Photo courtesy of Cornerstone Restaurant Group Cornerstone Restaurant Group, which operates Michael Jordan’s Steak House, Urbanbelly and a number of other restaurants in Chicago, is opening five concepts at Purdue Memorial Union, located on the university’s campus in West Lafayette, Indiana. CRG is partnering with Aramark, Purdue’s food service provider, …

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Little Chicago to close after 16 years | Local

Little Chicago open sign in Mason City. Little Chicago owner Darin Reynolds is being held at his company’s new location on Tuesday at 1343 N. Federal Ave in Mason City. Darin Reynolds, left, and her brother, Derek Reynolds, cook gyros and pizza at their Mason City restaurant, Little Chicago, in …

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Break-Chicago’s largest outdoor patio restaurant

home “” Local News “” Break – Chicago’s largest outdoor patio restaurant The first time you see Recess’s outdoor patio, you might think it was specially designed to meet pandemic-related seating restrictions and social distancing requirements imposed earlier this year. Seriously, why do restaurants need an outdoor patio larger than …

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Taste of Chicago To-Go returns this week with a full schedule of events – NBC Chicago

Taste of Chicago on-the-go returns this week with music, dance and food events across town. The week-long summer event, July 7-11, will feature nearly 40 participating restaurants, cooking demonstrations, Community Eats serving local nonprofits, and pop music performances. up at participating restaurants across town, featuring artists from the Chicago Band. …

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Watch Now: Illinois Restaurants Receive $ 1.4 Billion In Funding Before Federal Program Runs Out | State and regional

Governor Pritzker joins the US Small Business Administration to stop at a small business affected by the pandemic, La Catedral Café & Restaurant in Chicago. Small Business Administration chief Isabel Guzman visited Chicago on Friday as thousands of the city’s restaurateurs digested some bad news. The SBA has announced that …

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Pride in the Park, Museum – NBC Chicago

As Illinois continues to reopen in Phase 5, COVID-19 mitigation measures will be eased statewide and residents may start to feel like they are back to normal. According to Illinois Governor JB Pritzker, entering phase 5 “businesses, large-scale events, conventions, amusement parks, spectator seats, etc.” will develop a COVID-19 pandemic …

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Here’s what’s reopening in Chicago

GRANT PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL: The outdoor concert series returns to Millennium Park, starting the weekend of July 4. Seating in the Pritzker Pavilion requires reservations, as will seating on the lawn, where social distancing will be marked by painted squares on the grass. Consult the schedule here and security protocols …

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