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New on the Scene: Recent Chicago openings include Barton G, Yugen, Tricycle, Monnie Burke’s and a Sex and the City pop-up

Behind a creative, women-led team, Yugen launched late last fall in the thriving West Loop with a modern Japanese tasting menu and striking...

A Round of Drinks at the Lagunitas brewery and taproom: Head to Pilsen for a fun, tasty adventure in craft beer

By Trent Modglin Where you’ll find it: 2607 W. 17th St. Open Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday noon-9 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday noon-10 p.m....

The Big City Blog: Chicago Ale Fest, Breaking Ground Festival, $5 cocktails and Geja’s love of Valentine’s Day

With more than 100 craft beers, music, games and food, the Chicago Ale Fest is for beer lovers as well as anyone looking for a festive time...

Chicago Insider: Katie Schmits on Kuma’s Corner, Gene’s Sausage Shop’s rooftop and biking the city

Gene’s Sausage Shop in Lincoln Square is a small grocery store that boasts a sunny, super laid-back rooftop with umbrella-covered picnic...

Chicago Insider: Ania Jablonowski on cerveza tacos, Roscoe Village and Peace Park

Chicago Insider: Ania Jablonowski on cerveza tacos, Roscoe Village and Peace Park

Chicago’s hidden gems: La Boulangerie bakery, Dusek’s, Fahlstrom Fish Market and Osmium Coffee Bar

Menu favorites include the fresh-baked baguettes (which come in flavors like bacon and comté cheese, roasted garlic, or traditional) and...