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Chicago’s Furious Spoon advertises itself as a place where “ramen meets hip-hop.” This is not your typical ramen shop. Chef Shin Thompson chose the name to give guests the permission to eat ramen the way he thinks it should be eaten – furiously. You are supposed to slurp the noodles furiously so that the noodles and the other ingredients do not overcook in the hot broth.


Get the complete schedule for the Chicago Gospel Music Festival, showcasing the best in local, national and international Gospel Music performers.


The Chicago Riverwalk is one of the city's must-visit summer destinations. Located on the south side of the Chicago River, in addition to renting boats and cycles you can also find places to dine. Restaurants line the walkway from Clark Street to east of Michigan Avenue, nearly to Lake Shore Drive. 


The national tour of CHICAGO, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, sizzles with razzle dazzle and foul play. Bob Fosse’s distinctive Broadway choreography—curved shoulders, turned-in knees, finger snaps and jazz hands—captivates. Former NFL star Eddie George headlines as corrupt lawyer Billy Flynn.


Put on your dancing shoes! Here's the complete Chicago SummerDance Schedule 2019.


In French history, the name “Etta” stands for the “keeper of the hearth.”
Centered around a wood-fired hearth, etta features most of Chef Danny Grant’s personal favorites. With a daily-changing menu of wood-fired pizzas, house-made pastas, and farm fresh salads, etta is a celebration of rustic cuisine.


360 Chicago hosts events geared specifically for the locals by featuring neighborhoods and weekly things to do.


Would you take your afternoon tea with a side of nuclear meltdown?


Saba Italian Bar + Kitchen is located in Logan Square at 2715 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60647.. Saba is one of the most recent establishment opened by One of a Kind Hospitality – a company founded by Esam Hani, a philanthropic restaurateur and native from the ever-growing and changing Chicago neighborhood of Logan Square.


The Taste of Chicago is the Grand Poobah of free festivals in Chicago. The city packs a ton into five days of food and music. With the inclusion of food trucks and pop-up restaurants, as well as booths from local restaurants, you can pack quite a lot into you!