Morso’s “Scotch Egg” made of duck sausage, chard slaw and tomato remoulade. (Photo: jamco new media)
With the arrival of fall comes a slew of new brunch-focused spots serving homey and filling fare, but none is more exciting than Lincoln Park’s Morso, an ambitious project from Gaztro-wagon’s Matt Maroni Seen on Dining Chicago. Made famous for his tireless efforts [...]
The Chicago French Market is welcoming two new vendors in 2012. EJ Sushi , formerly known as Kai Sushi, has made a big splash in their first month of business at The Chicago French Market. Where else in the Loop can you find freshly made sushi from renowned sushi chefs? With comfortable seats [...]
Chris Nugent’s dish of Angus beef, heirloom carrots, goosefoot, cumin and shallot jus, served at Goosefoot.
When it comes to fine-dining establishments, no one ever mentions the South Loop. The neighborhood’s got it covered when it comes to sports bars and brunch spots, but it misses the mark on upscale cuisine.