There’s no need for a passport when global cuisine is located right around every corner.
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Uber is so last year.
Chicago’s gushed-over Bloomingdale Trail—called The 606—was feted in an inaugural gala that brought together the community and raised funds for the Trust For Public Land.
Located across from Millennium Park, new steakhouse Remington’s is serving up classic American cuisine. Everything from seafood to rotisserie is offered, as is the perfect cocktail for every meal. The Bean is a mix between the elegance and punch from the Manhattan and the fruity taste of an Old Fashioned, with the name inspired by the iconic sculpture just outside the restaurant's windows.
What happens when a rental car company offers an exclusive booking app and only one style of car? Answer: An empty lounge area. Silvercar, located in 10 cities around the U.S. (most recently Chicago), is doing exactly that and benefitting customers in the end with the keys to a silver Audi A4 luxury car.
“You won’t find too many people unhappy with the A4,” says Jason Jones, Chicago’s general manager, of the only car you’ll find in their garage.
The New Regal Theater will Reopen with Upgrades.
A new concept refuels the popular dining and entertainment space.
The definition of famous is changing thanks to Guest of a Guest (GofG). The boutique digital media company, with a recently launched presence in Chicago, is working on creating the largest online directory of event photos, meaning everyone has their chance in the spotlight. We talked to founder Rachelle Hruska MacPherson to get the full picture.
After years of stalled renovation projects due to the economy, change is a-comin’ to a number of hotel properties in Illinois—and it couldn’t be better news for groups
The name of Adolfo Garcia’s latest restaurant hints at his humble upbringing as a third-generation restaurateur but also displays his rebel spirit in breaking from tradition.