Archive for July 2014

It's Hot Dog Week: Pick Your Favorite Dog at Bull & Bear

It's Hot Dog Week: Pick Your Favorite Dog at Bull & Bear
Broaden your horizon. Step away from the ketchup, maybe the mustard and even the relish. This week hot dogs are being celebrated, and actually July is hot dog month, so I encourage you to get creative with your dogs. Chicago is the perfect place to celebrate hot dog day/week/month as restaurants are finding many ways... Read more »

Cocktails to make with Captain Morgan 1671

Cocktails to make with Captain Morgan 1671
At first glance you might sense a hint of vanilla or coconut and at first sip you may encounter a touch of chocolate, vanilla and blended spices. The finish is full-bodied with a tint of vanilla when sipped over ice. This unique flavor comes from Captain Morgan, the most handsome when it comes to rum.... Read more »

The Best Baked French Toast

The Best Baked French Toast
I love the smell of french toast on a Saturday morning. It exudes a sense of coziness and relaxation. It always reminds me of Saturday mornings growing up when the sweet smell of my mom making cinnamon french toast would travel up to my bedroom, and I couldn’t wait to stroll into the kitchen in... Read more »
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Wood for Dinner

In honor of this year’s Wimbledon, it seemed only fitting that I should indulge in my first Pimm’s while dining at Wood last Friday, or should I say it’s about time. My first encounter was promising, I’m certain it won’t be my last. Normally, my go-to beginning drink, as I sift through a menu, is a... Read more »

Bubble Bread is Addictive

Imagine a restaurant with rainbow colors painted on the outside, that houses a Christmas room devoted to Christmas all year long, and a train that runs throughout the dining rooms with bubble lights strung along the walls in between photos of classic movie stars. You can really let your imagination wander once you enter the... Read more »

Trencherman is Beyond Unique

Trencherman is Beyond Unique
A space with impeccable detail that leaves you wondering just what time period you’re in, or where you are in general. The dining hall of Harry Potter comes to mind or possibly a few reminders of the Victorian-era. Beginning with the foyer with drawers lined on the walls to your left, labeled by obscure names... Read more »
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