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One of the best things about Chicago's Restaurant Week is that it allows diners to experience, at low financial risk, interesting and new (at least to them) restaurants. I've been meaning to visit Wood (3335 N. Halsted St., 773-935-9663) since it opened...
Tribune criticJerry Kleiner's newest restaurant, 33 Club, is nothing you haven't seen before and nothing you haven't tasted before. It is, however, a gorgeous space where you can dress to the nines without feeling self-conscious, and where, thanks to chef Daniel...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Restaurants, Bars and Clubs, Shrimp, Veal
Valentine-themed dining and cooking specials have several twists this year. Cupid's options extend beyond dinner out on Feb. 14. Something different East End Market, a new Audubon Park Garden District development that will showcase food artisans when it...
Tags: Orlando, Salads, Winter Park, Bars and Clubs, Restaurants
Staring down a pile of dirty pots and pans is no way to end Thanksgiving Day. And for many celebrants, T-day is simply a single day off from the workweek. To avoid the Friday leftover energy crash, consider eating out this year. Local restaurants...
Tags: Maitland, Family, Potatoes, International Travel, Vegan Diet
I have seen the polling booth of the future. And it is a table at a nice restaurant with a glass of pinot grigio. At least it was for my mother and me. We filled out our ballots over dinner last week, then sealed them in envelopes that I later mailed,...
The next focus on frugal, cost-effective delicious meals is moving toward a celebration of pasta. This first dish will focus on spaghetti and two versions utilizing wonderful string pasta loaded with fresh flavor right from your fridge and pantry....
Eating ice cream to beat the summer heat is one of America's favorite pastimes. Homemade ice cream can be a special treat, but it can also become a threat because of salmonellosis. While commercially manufactured ice cream is typically made with...
Restaurant review: 4 out of 5 stars for Emeril's Tchoup Chop at Loews Royal Pacific Resort at UniversalSentinel food editorEmeril's Tchoup Chop at Universal is not new to the Central Florida dining scene, but there is new talent in the kitchen. Greg Richie has garnered a following since 2000, when he opened Roy Yamaguchi's Roy's on Sand Lake Road. Roy's menu is Hawaiian...
SENTINEL Food EditorFrom the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, beach eats seem to be the postcard view of Florida's casual dining. But it's the water views of the St. Johns River that define much of Central Florida. The serpentine liquid highway slowly moves through...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Salads, Winter Park, Appetizers, Restaurants
Shadows are growing longer and days are growing shorter, but don't for a second think summer is over — even if the kids are heading back to school. There are plenty of sultry days in store. Warm weather can extend well beyond Labor Day; just ask any...
Tags: New Zealand, Twitter, Inc., Salads, Sushi and Sashimi, Tomatoes
The Dish - Orlando SentinelBRIO Tuscan Grille has launched a new fall and gluten-free Menu at both Central Florida locations in Winter Park Village and Millenia Mall. Designed to support the millions of Americans who are adopting a gluten free diet, BRIO unveiled its gluten...
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