Moving into an apartment is a huge lifestyle change, and the last thing you want is to realize that you’re missing an essential kitchen tool when you’re hungry and want something to eat RIGHT NOW!
Bored of Evanston food? Want to get out there and see what Chicago has to offer? 10 restaurants that are changing the game.
Craving Mediterranean but don’t want to resort to the go-to restaurants near campus? Sure, Naf Naf, OMG (Olive Mediterranean Grill) and The Olive Mountain are all fine, but I’m looking for something…homey. Something comforting.
Hoosier Mama has the best chicken pot pie around.
by Catherine Zhang Natalie and I had read great things about Wildberry Pancakes and Cafe in downtown Chicago, so we went on a food adventure this past Tuesday.
by Catherine Zhang Crêperie Saint Germain is a 3-year-old French crêperie, inspired by Brittany, France, where the French pancake became popular.
by Catherine Zhang Situated in the heart of Daley Plaza, Chriskindlmarket Chicago is the product of a German tradition that has been attracting people to Chi-town during the holiday season for years.
by Catherine Zhang DMK! What does it stand for, you ask? No one knows! Just kidding. My guess is that it stands for David (Morton) – Michael Kornick, the co-owners of the DMK restaurant company.
by Catherine Zhang This place drew me before I even took a bite of food because the restaurant is just SO. DARN. CUTE.
by Catherine Zhang, originally on Cat the CriticMy friends Sarah and Bryant joined me on my food adventure as we traveled out of the suburb into the bustling city, stopping at a Japanese restaurant in downtown Chicago right next to Millenium Park.