Chicago Dessert

Margie’s Candies (Chicago)

on
February 12, 2019

The polar vortex let up for about six hours. So I did what any Chicagoan would do when the sun peeks through the icy…

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Chicago Italian

Forno Rosso Pizzeria Napoletana (Chicago)

on
November 19, 2018

I’ve only been to Forno Rosso once on a “business lunch,” but the dish I had was so good that I have to give…

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Chicago Dessert

Miko’s Italian Ice (Chicago)

on
May 15, 2018

I have many positive things I could say about this place. But instead of listening to me, just drive by on a nice day…

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Chicago Mexican

Mi Tocaya Antojería (Chicago)

on
April 23, 2018

Mi Tocaya Antojería is so close to being a great restaurant, however there are a few flaws that keep it from joining the pantheon…

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Chicago Dessert

Milk and Wood (Chicago)

on
March 23, 2018

Now this is a creative dessert.

Here’s what you’re in for:

You pick out a flavor of giant popsicle. They have the usual suspects like…

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Chicago Italian

Daisies (Chicago)

on
March 22, 2018

Is there anything better than a bowl of fresh, hand-made pasta?

The birth of a child has to be up there, your dog, when you…

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Chicago Ramen

Furious Spoon (Logan Square, Chicago)

on
March 18, 2018

Enter the restaurant, hipsters I view

Sit at the bar, party of two

Flavorful edamame, delicious Japanese spice

Large bowl of Ramen, at an above-average price

Tender pork…

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Crisp (Chicago)

on
June 2, 2017

During a particularly gluttonous season ages ago, in what I now realize was a cruel twist of fate, my former roommates and I discovered…

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Ramen

Bigbop + Ramen (Chicago)

on
April 24, 2017

Better than what you ate in college, but certainly not the best you’ll find in Chicago.
Bigbop ramen is filling, cheap, and tastes good. Sure,…

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Chicago Mexican

Mexique (Chicago)

on
March 26, 2017

I’d been wanting to try Mexique ever since Top Chef Season 11, the season where Chicago-native Chef Carlos Gaytan cooked feast-for-your-eyes Mexican food until…

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MATT CHIERA
CHICAGO, IL

I just don't want to look back and think "I could've eaten that."

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