Hyde Park veteran The Nile Restaurant will be heading westward and Bergstein’s NY Deli will open their second location on East 55th Street and South Woodlawn Avenue.
Alum tweets the location of mobile food vendors stationed around campus.
A Law School clinic is advising an alum and other food truck owners as they pursue litigation.
After numerous health code violations, a personal health scare, and a little funds reapportionment, The Big Easy is back in business.
City ordinance ignores food trucks south of the Loop.
A new U of C study shows that sleep deprivation may slow down your metabolism.
A U of C alum recreates Baderbräu, a Chicagoland-based pilsener that was described as “America’s best”.
Your guide to every kind of food you possibly want (or, you know, just what’s in Hyde Park)
From hub to hidden, the campus abounds with cafes and coffee shops of every variety
The last Food (In)security talk looked to the future and how to breach international divides.
Fun homemade cocktails to make this summer.
Japanese restaurant in Chinatown is quite the tasty treat.
Bill Kim’s latest Belly venture is a hit.
Despite the critical acclaim of Stephanie Izard’s restaurant, Birreria Zaragosa is the better ‘goat.’
With Noodles, Etc. newly in place in Hutch, and Jamba Juice and Red Mango coming soon, the University is setting its sights on Chipotle.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries, the latest newcomer to Harper Court, opened a new location at the retail hub on East 53rd Street and Harper Avenue earlier this month.
For those who have already been to Pilsen and exhausted the more popular Mexican food options around 18th Street, there’s no better experience for a food-lover than the taco tour.
New food options will come to Hyde Park by 2014, satisfying students’ 24-hour hunger.
Lem’s BBQ House is everything you would never want from a vegan restaurant.
Foodents journey further into the sandwich world at Borinquen Restaurant.
The sandwiches of Nhu Lan’s Bakery will feed your soul.
Foodents journey to a pizzeria north of Chicago.
A dramatization of Evan and Ben’s brush with fame
Mexican food and power tools create a savory combination.
A review of Piccolo Mondo
In response to “Hot Doug’s? More like Not Doug’s!” published on January 21.
An exploration of Calumet Fisheries’ finest
Hot Doug’s is a lot of things. It is cold and far away. It is busy and expensive.
Your time has come, dear reader.
How Foodents feel about Manny’s greasy diner.
THE SETTING: Top Notch Beefburgers, an 80’s-style diner nestled deep in the heart of Beverly, on the South Side of Chicago.
New experiences have no place here.
Austrian café Julius Meinl stands as a warm, glowing outpost in a strange and dark sea all too battered by gray and heavy storms.
Good Food is fun and important and a good way to spend your time—perhaps even an essential ingredient in the plentiful stew we call The Good Life.
Considering that a gentleman writing to this paper recently accused my environmentalist ilk of desiring the collapse of human civilization, I could only be pleased, by comparison, that the Maroon’s culinary critic considers vegetarianism to be a viable diet.
University Housing and Dining Services will offer unlimited all-you-can-eat meals to all undergraduates living in housing next year under the new dining plan they unveiled to the Inter-House Council (IHC) last week.
Dining halls have feelings too, so you shouldn’t be too quick to judge.
The definitive list of nearby places to eat.
A huge list of great places to eat outside of Hyde Park.