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Valentine’s Day Spots Perfect for a Low-Stress Date

We completely understand that Valentine’s Day causes lots of undo stress. If you’re in a relationship, you want it to be an extra special date night. If you’re single, you want to have fun without being barraged with romance. If you’re newly dating, you may have no idea what to do! It’s not really an easy night or weekend on ... Read More »

Diverse Concepts, Common Threads: The Ventures of Fujimura Hospitality

From beer bars to Michelin stars, this Chicago hospitality group can do it all What do soccer, Japanese food, delivery-only fried chicken, and Michelin fine dining have in common? Each experiential concept falls under the exceptional innovations of the Fujimura Hospitality umbrella. While many a successful restaurateur has built an empire by zeroing in on one cuisine or theme, Ty ... Read More »

Where to Host Your Next Event: Chicago’s Best Private Dining Spaces

Throw a party your guests won’t forget! Whether you’re looking for a space to host your next work gathering or throw your friend a surprise party, it’s crucial to have the perfect space for your event. But with so many of Chicago’s top restaurants now offering private dining options, it can be hard to find the right one for your ... Read More »

Chicago Summer Date Night, Courtesy of the 2019 Passbook

Amazing date nights don’t have to cost an arm and a leg! Summer has flown by, and it’s crazy to think that Labor Day is already only a few weeks away! If you’re still trying to make the most of the warm weather and sunshine though, schedule your date nights now. With our 2019 Passbook, you can get 2-for-1 meals ... Read More »

Sip on Chicago’s Best Japanese Whisky

Who says whisky is just for Scotland? Whisky without an “e” is only used when referring to Scottish and Japanese whisky, and even though Japan and Chicago could not be more different in location…they both show a great appreciation for the drink. Whether you like it straight, on the rocks, or in a cocktail, Japanese whisky is a drink that goes ... Read More »

Stay Warm for National Soup Month

After a mild December, January’s weather has been no joke. With all this snow, wind, and cold, we need something cozy, STAT. Luckily, January is National Soup Month! These soups will have you warm and happy, whether you pair them with an entree, or make them your meal. Dive in! River Roast {315 North LaSalle Drive, Chicago; 312.822.0100} If you’re not ... Read More »

Let Me See that Sushi Roll

We may not border the shore, but when it comes to fresh sushi, Chicagoans have a plethora of excellent options. When considering the classics, Roger Hatanaka, manager at Chicago institution, Kamehachi, believes keeping it simple is key. “Traditional sushi is simple—nigiri or sashimi is best so that you can fully taste the fish. Adding too much can lure you away ... Read More »

DiningOut Chicago Passbook Highlight: Arami

This month we are introducing the first-ever DiningOut Chicago Passbook! Thanks to our amazing group of culinary partners, The Passbook features a bevy of restaurants, bars, and foodie destinations, all with exclusive deals just for YOU! For a discounted price of only $39.99, Passbook diners will have access to more than $1,400 in deals and culinary adventures! You can pre-order ... Read More »

Keepers of the Flame

Fire—it’s been mankind’s most elemental cooking method for thousands of years. It must be deep in our DNA, because some of our most satisfying meals are still cooked over an open flame. These local restaurants appreciate what fire can do for the flavor of a dish; in this feature, we highlight the way some of our favorite eateries interpret fire, ... Read More »

Our Weekly Top Picks

After a weekend of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, let’s keep the the delicious fun going this week with special suppers, interactive classes, and more. Plus we have some tastes of various Asian cuisines you won’t want to miss, this week or any week in the future. Monday Supper at Floriole Café – TONIGHT (Monday, March 14) In an effort to cure (or at ... Read More »