Allen Sternweiler brings his fine dining experience and butchering skills to Lincoln Park. “Prior to opening Butcher and the Burger I was in fine dining for nearly twenty-six years. My forte in the kitchen gravitated towards butchering. It’s the part of the kitchen that’s my true passion. The complete uniqueness about the concept [Butcher and…

Chef & Owner Larry Rosenblum, talks to devHour.tv about the flares on traditional dishes served at RoseAngelis in Lincoln Park. “It’s an Italian Restaurant, but we do some interesting flares. We do some traditional things, we make everything here  ourselves, except for the bread. And if I had the space we’d do that, as well.…

devhour.tv sits down with Chef & Owner Dominique Tougne to talks French cuisine and hospitality at Chez Moi. Entering Chez Moi is not just about going to a French bistro. It’s entering in Chef Dominique Tougne’s home. Like the Chef, the food is authentic, the service simple and the atmosphere  convivial. Enjoy French classics such…

Co Owner Moe Taleb tells about the fresh, healthy ingredients that go into the menu at Zig Zag Kitchen in Lincoln Park. We specialize in delicious and reasonably priced cuisine, including our house specialties and other customer favorites. Our cuisine entrées are served in a relaxed and welcoming setting that you and your friends and…

Bacino’s founder, Dan Bacin opened the first Bacino’s 30 years ago on Lincoln Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. Dan had been running a popular art-and-culture radio station and publishing a companion magazine when he decided to sell that business and open his own restaurant. After a great deal of research and advice from leading restaurateurs, he…

Executive Chef Jon Keeley tells us about the good things that are going on at Gemini Bistro, in Lincoln Park. “Gemini Bistro is a contemporary, inviting bistro serving seasonal American cuisine with French & Mediterranean influences from Executive Chef Jon Keeley. Named one of Chicago Magazine’s “Best New Restaurants” of 2009, awarded 3 Stars from…

“The Bourgeois Pig Café was opened on a shoestring budget in May of 1993 by the president & founder of the company, F. Mason Green, then 28 years old. Having backpacked extensively throughout Europe after college graduation and visiting many incredible cafes, and then spending several years waiting tables on Russian Hill in San Francisco,…