Blog Posts - River North



808 Wells

Posted at Realty Evolved Schedule a private tour of these new luxury residences from Smithfield in the River North neighborhood. 1560-5000 SF prices from $935,000 to 4.3 M. Please fill out the contact form at the bottom if you would like more informa...
by Realty Evolved on Jun 16, 2016

Take on Tropical Cocktails

…….A New Take on Tropical Cocktails . . . . .On the heels of the recent tiki resurgence, tropical cocktails are soaring high and enjoying a moment in the spotlight. Aside from the popularity of spots like Three Dots and a Dash and Lost La...
by Dining Chicago on Dec 21, 2015

Christmas Dining Guide 2015, Chicago Dining

……………Christmas Dining Guide 2015, Chicago Dining . Where to dine out for Christmas in Chicago. . . . . . . It’s just about that time of year when a jolly bearded man soars around the world to deliver presents and e...
by Dining Chicago on Dec 11, 2015

Pre-game for the Marathon at These Pasta and Protein Palaces

…………Pre-game for the Marathon at These Pasta and Protein Palaces . . ……………..SEE FULL STORY . .. Whether you’re running or not, the Bank of America Chicago Marathon is an apt excuse to splurge on pasta and meat...
by Dining Chicago on Oct 6, 2015

Fall Restaurants We’re Hungry For

                     Fall Restaurants We’re Hungry For       SEE FULL STORY   It seems like just yesterday we were salivating over the onset of Broken Shaker, GreenRiver,Sink|Swim, Bar Siena, Pomp and Circum...
by Dining Chicago on Sep 21, 2015

Wayah Bald

Wayah Bald Observation TowerRising 5,385 feet above sea level, Wayah Bald offers a spectacular view of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Southwestern North Carolina. Perched on top of this grassy bald is the Wayah Bald Observation Tower, built by the Civil...
by Southern Wanderings on Aug 26, 2015

Steak News: Roka Akor Offers Rarest of the Rare:

Steak News: Roka Akor Offers Rarest of the Rare:   Attention steak aficionados: Roka Akor has acquired some of the rarest steak in the world for a limited time.   Chicago isn’t lacking in steakhouses or fine cuts of beef, but when th...
by Dining Chicago on Dec 2, 2014

Primehouse Bar Bakes Up Holiday Market

Primehouse Bar: Tis the season for a lot of things. ‘Tis the season for egg nog. ‘Tis the season for shopping. ‘Tis the season for family. ‘Tis the season for the term “’tis the season.” Also, it’s the...
by Dining Chicago on Nov 21, 2014

MUNICIPAL BAR + DINING CO.’S REFINED NEW MENU

Municipal Executive Chef Donald Penza & Mercadito Hospitality Chef Guillermo Tellez introduce a new menu highlighting inventive sliders just in time for the warm weather Spring has finally sprung, and with it, Municipal Bar + Dining Co. (216 W. O...
by Dining Chicago on May 15, 2014

Cinco de Mayo Dining and Drinking Guide

Cinco de Mayo is a stone’s throw away, which means you’ll want to work up an appetite for tacos, margaritas, and more. Cinco de Mayo is an opportunity to go a little wild with tacos and margaritas, and Chicago’s got its fair share o...
by Dining Chicago on Apr 27, 2014

Date Spot: A Study, Top 10 Date Spots

Date Spot: Please go to Dining Chicago on Facebook and let us know your favorite places to date and breakup Much is said of first date spots, even second date spots, but what about places to go for a third date, fourth date, and so on? Here is you...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 22, 2014

Dining Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day Dining and Drinking Guide

Dining Chicago’s Dining and drinking guide to all things corned beef, whiskey, and Irish in Chicago for St. Patrick’s Day. Everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Or so we tell ourselves as we dress up in Kermit-gr...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 13, 2014

La Scuola is in Session

La Scuola, Eataly’s on-site cooking school, is now open for business and education.   La Scuola is a cooking school on the second floor of the 63,000 square foot Italian marketplace, focused on all sorts of various themed classes designed...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 8, 2014

Burgers and Hot Dogs You Should Know

Here Are Burgers and Hot Dogs You Should Know Unless you’ve been confined to a cave for the better part of a year, you’ve surely heard of the ramen burger. This culinary oddity was first concocted at Smorgasburg in Brooklyn by some mad scientist-...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 7, 2014

Happy Beefy Birthday, Chicago by Cut Steakhouse!

Happy Birthday Chicago! As with most 177th birthdays, they should be celebrated with steak and Cracker Jack sundaes. As the city of Chicago prepares to become incredibly old on March 4, Chicago Cut Steakhouse and The Local Chicago celebrate accor...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 3, 2014

Troquet Oscar Party, Birthday, Tasting and Carnival at Nacional 27

Oscar Party at Troquet:  Here are some of the hottest happenings this weekend. No matter the time of year, there is always lots to do, eat, and drink in Chicago. Oscar Party at Troquet In honor of the 86th annual Academy Awards, Troquet is rollin...
by Dining Chicago on Mar 2, 2014

Mardi Gras Dining and Drinking Guide in Chicago

Mardi Gras, a time to fatten up on binge-worthy food and booze before a time of repentance and sacrifice. Or just an excuse to engage in raucous frivolity before continuing to live your life as normal. Either way, Mardi Gras, which takes place March...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 28, 2014

Happy Beefy Birthday, Chicago by Cut Steakhouse!

In honor of Chicago’s 177th birthday, Chicago Cut Steakhouse and The Local Chicago show some love for the city in March with some very special specials.The post Happy Beefy Birthday, Chicago by Cut Steakhouse! appeared first on Dining Chicago.
by Dining Chicago on Feb 26, 2014

First Taste: I | O Urban Roofscape

I | O Urban Roofscape bows with a bang at River North’s new Godfrey Hotel. Considering the winter we’ve been having, we could all use a little getaway. But since the airports are a snowy shitshow, the next best bet may very well be ...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 20, 2014

Brunch Bites: Country Brunch at Bub City and Friends Brunch Series at avec

In this week’s batch of brunch bites, Bub City goes country and avec plans a friendly brunch series. River North is pretty much the antithesis of the country, but you can get pretty close to a rural respite with Bub City’s new “...
by Dining Chicago on Feb 19, 2014


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