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  • October 2, 2015

    14 Restaurants Where Dishes Come with a Free Side of Drama

    While themed establishments like Rainforest Café and Medieval Times boast three-ring-circus-worthy entertainment during dinner, there are other ways to spice up a classy meal without a full-fledged theatrical production. Plenty of DC restaurants offer creative menu items with interactive preparations and flashy presentations.Here are 14 dishes served with a side of drama.5 Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone CrabIn traditional fashion, Joe’s Dover Sole is pan-fried in butter and then skillfully...
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  • October 2, 2015

    The Best Restaurants In River North

    ("The Best Restaurants In River North", Infatuation, October 2, 2015)
    River North is a perplexing place:You love it.You hate it.The restaurants are great.The restaurants are annoying.It’s great people watching.Oh my god these people are the worst.This is the roller coaster of emotions you’ll experience whenever you find yourself in the neighborhood. How to deal? Know exactly what you’re looking to get out of your meal and choose a restaurant accordingly.Whether you’re with friends and family, potential significant others, or work people, picking a place with...
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  • October 5, 2015

    Intro Chicago Debuts A La Carte Menu for First Time Beginning October 29

    Restaurant welcomes Stephen Gillanders as Next Chef-in-ResidenceCHICAGO – October 5, 2015 – Following rave reviews from the Chicago Tribune, Aaron Martinez, Intro’s third chef-in-residence, will hand the reins to Chef Stephen Gillanders, who will launch Intro’s first ever a la carte menu when he begins his tenure at the restaurant Thursday, October 29.Gillanders’ cuisine is contemporary, presenting nostalgic flavor combinations and ingredients in innovative ways, with a nod to traditional...
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  • August 24, 2015


    The Shaw’s Crab House team is bringing an oyster bar and East Coast influenced seafood restaurant to Lincoln Park CHICAGO – August 24, 2015 – Oyster on Halsted is an oyster bar and East Coast-inspired seafood restaurant opening in Lincoln Park (1962 N. Halsted St.) in November 2015. The concept was created in partnership with Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises’ founder Rich Melman and the team behind Shaw’s Crab House and Oyster Bar, including Shaw’s Partner Bill Nevruz and Executive Chef...
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