Cafes

One Concept, Many Flavors

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Fondue has history steeped in Swiss, French, and American cultures — and cheese fondue is a quintessentially Swiss dining concept. Originating in the 18th century, it is said that those who had limited access to food would mix cheese …

Where to Celebrate Bastille Day 2015

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Next Tuesday, July 14th is Bastille Day, but you don’t have to be under the Eiffel Tower to celebrate. Throughout Chicago, there are plenty of restaurants that offer deals or just a cozy French-like atmosphere to bask in. Here are …

Secrets of Lula Cafe

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Even before the hype of the Logan Square restaurant-scene escalated, Lula Cafe has been a secret neighborhood gem for over a decade. Adopting the “Farm-to-Table” concept early on in Chicago, Lula Cafe continues to serve up seasonal and creative food …

A Fresh Start to 2015 with Owen + Alchemy

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Cookies and cakes, roasts and rolls, chocolate and cheese, ‘wurst and wine, and, of course, champagne. During the holidays, these indulgences are delectable and precisely what our taste buds seek, but afterwards they leave us feeling overly full and a …

Brunching on New Years Day

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With all of the holiday stress of traveling and planning for 2015 for both locals and those visiting Chicago, one thought that may not have been on your mind is where can you grab a later brunch on New Years …