News and information about restaurants in northern Illinois
The senior menu will be offered at Urban Kitchen daily for dine in at the restaurant from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday and Monday.
Leo's Marvelous Bites opened in downtown Dixon on Tuesday, Nov. 14, serving Puerto Rican and American food.
A new steakhouse is coming to Sterling, and a package craft beer joint is opening a full-service tap.
The Back to Business grant program provides recovery grants for businesses in the hardest-hit industries. The state has provided more than $535 million to more than 15,000 businesses since March 2020.
The DeKalb Chamber's 'Taste of the Town' starts Tuesday, a campaign to encourage folks to try local fare. Follow along with us on the chamber's Facebook and Instagram pages, writes Anna Wilson, membership manager for the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce.
Timothy O'Toole's four Chicago-area locations will join together for a wing competition on Aug. 26.
Luis Landa brings a taste of his home town, Martínez de la Torre, Veracruz, in Mexico to the McHenry County restaurant scene.
Older adults who participate in the Grundy County “Great Plates” program have other options following the closing of the Morris Chop Shop.
Los Panchos, a restaurant in south Sycamore, closed last month, but the owners of the building are trying to attract new investors to operate out of the space.
Jordan-native Haitham “Mario” Allabadi, who also owns Baba’s Famous Steak and Lemonade in Joliet, Bolingbrook and Aurora, purchased Sub Dock in October 2022.
The group, so far, owns five restaurants and a catering company in Joliet. Its president Bill Dimitroulas is also an independent insurance broker who built the business on his failed dream. Here's how and why.
Taco lovers can visit eight taquerias in Joliet for a chance to win a $25 gift card to one of the venues.
A southern-inspired cafe coming to Morris will offer all of the breakfast and brunch favorites of country cuisine.
A bill that would prohibit third-party delivery services such as Uber Eats or DoorDash from partnering with a restaurant without the business’ permission is heading to the governor’s office for approval.
During the 11-day dining event, participating establishments offer specials and tempting fixed-priced menu options for breakfast, brunch, lunch and/or dinner.