Food

Residing at the edge of Wrigleyville is a restaurant, named The PR Italian Bistro, which differentiates itself from the ballpark fare that dominates the rest of the neighborhood. The head chef and owner, Stefano Roman, was born and raised in Venice. His background definitely shines through his food; you can

Formento’s An Italian restaurant in the West Loop serving more than just fantastic pasta. Their chocolate cake is some of the best in the city layered with mousse and a delicious hazelnut praline base. 925 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607   Firecakes Donuts One of the best spots for

Pasta Palazzo is a vibrant hole in the wall Italian restaurant located in the heart of Lincoln Park. Upon entering the restaurant, you are welcomed with beautiful mosaics and colorful paintings on each wall, transporting you to the serene countryside of Italy.  The atmosphere is relaxing, lively, and perfect for

Tucked away in the glamorous River North neighborhood lies a masterpiece named La Bodega. This quick stop may be small, but its unique and high quality offerings make it a rare, colorful gem in the midst of the city bustle. While most people come for the churros, they also have

Kuma's Corner led zepplin burger

Prepare yourself for a head-banging, taste-bud sizzling experience when dining at Kuma’s Corner. This iconic Chicago burger joint fuses delicious, meaty burgers with a heavy metal flair. Their burgers are so good that Kuma’s Corner is ranked as one of Food Network’s favorite burger stops. With its dark and bold

Breathe in the fresh air and unmistakable ambiance when you dine at Cindy’s Rooftop. Enclosed by a revealing glass atrium overlooking Millennium Park with the blue waters of Lake Michigan in the background, let yourself escape the hustle and bustle of the busy Chicago streets. Upon stepping off the elevator and

There’s a tough pizza battle on the streets of Chicago. The stuffed pizza champ, however, is hands-down Giordano’s! Lucky for Chicagoans and visitors, this pizza joint is generously scattered throughout the streets of the City! You might be wondering what sets Giordano’s apart from the rest. Answer… the stuffed pizza, of course! The ultimate

Afternoon Tea at the Allis in Soho House Chicago makes you feel like royalty. The Allis encompasses the entire first and part of the second floor of the elegant clubhouse, with its high ceiling and enormously glamorous chandeliers. At the Allis, everyone is treated like a member even though not

Umai, (うまい) meaning “good” or “tasty” in Japanese, is an enticing sushi restaurant located in Printer’s Row. There are many places to grab sushi in the city, though I think that Umai is one of the better options. With fresh flowers on the table, a colorful mural on the wall,

ginos east

A Slice of History Opened in 1966, Gino’s East is the second oldest big-name Chicago-style pizza joint. The ooey gooey delicious pie know as deep dish took to the city’s streets in 1943. Ike Sewell cooked up this innovative pizza after being stationed in Italy during the Second World War.