Chicago is home to over 7,000 restaurants, and it’s safe to say that many Chicagoans, including food writers, have never heard of nor visited more than a fraction of those places.
October food and drink delights from beer and brats to dessert.
“There’s never been such a fast and affordable sushi place like this west of the river”
It’s September, and that means Oktoberfest.
Many foods still found in Yucatán were eaten for millennia before the European invasion.
Tired of street festivals yet? You will be by September.
Many people from the Mexican state of Jalisco live in Chicago. Some of them open restaurants and serve traditional Jalisciense food and drink: torta ahogada, birria, carne en su jugo and tequila.
The culinary minds of Oaxaca have contributed to a remarkable range of foods and drinks, perhaps most notably mole and mezcal. This is mezcal’s moment.