The influential Chicago chef was just 54 years old.
A strip-mall restaurant plays make-believe with its menu.
Dreams come true.
The Chicago restaurant serving it says no one should take offense.
It's called the Mac Attack, and how did nobody think of this sooner?
The chef says he's into the idea of opening restaurants on college campuses.
But the person who wounded thirteen people is still at large.
"This is a great Chicago pizza ... though the tomato sauce overwhelms everything else."
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims Rosebud Restaurants refused to hire African-Americans.
It appears to be gang-related.
Because clicking is annoying.
Grub Street takes a look at the coffee shops that are pushing America's caffeine addiction ever-forward.
Plus: Nick & Toni's new deal, and more, in today's Leftovers.
The politics vet wasn't ready for the "enormity" of the race.
Drink two and call me in the morning (if you don't get arrested first).
Plus: Chipotle targets millennials, and more, in today's Leftovers.
In a way, anyhow.
Students allege the celebrated chef "stole their art projects" and implored them to get Charlie Trotter tattoos.
A version of the strongly flavored liqueur that's native to the Windy City will soon hit liquor-store shelves in New York.
Who knew that horse hair brushes make the best fish-scalers?