Tag Archives: Chicago Dining

Homemade Peanut Sauce

23 Aug Homemade Peanut Sauce - Grazing in The City

I broke my toe a couple weeks ago.

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Fresh Roasted Corn with Basil-Shallot Venaigrette

20 Aug Fresh Roasted Corn with Basil-Shallot Vinaigrette - Grazing in The City

Desperately seeking summer.

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Noon O Kabab Restaurant

14 Jul Noon O Kabab Tile Mosaic Detail - Grazing in The City

Persian and delicious.

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Mustard and White Wine Braised Chicken

29 Jun White Wine and Mustard Braised Chicken - Grazing in The City

Savory and delicious.

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Endgrain Restaurant

23 Jun

This new restaurant is a smart-yet-laid-back addition to Roscoe Village. Continue reading

The Boarding House: A Brand New Classic

9 Jan Grazing in The City - The Boarding House Restaurant

I’ve been a fan of Chicago’s own Alpana Singh for awhile and I’ve also followed the buzz around The Boarding House opening. So when the time came, I couldn’t wait to go and sink my tastebuds in!

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Dunlays on the Square

27 May Grazing in The City - Chicago Restaurant - Dunlay's on the Square

It’s hard to believe this is my first restaurant review this year. Where has the time gone?

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Leona’s – Mediocre Dining at it’s Finest

20 Oct Grazing in The City - Chicago - Leona's Restaurant - Lena Cake

Chicago is a city known for it’s Italian restaurants. Leona’s on Sheffield in Lakeview is one of these and has been a landmark for many years now. I feel like this landmark has seen better days.

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Subterranean Surprise – The Bedford Restaurant

5 Sep

The Bedford knocked my socks off – it’s that simple. Backstory – we happened to be visiting some friends in the neighborhood who mentioned this place was nearby and worth checking out. It was getting late on a Tuesday evening and we were hungry. We had already heard great things about it, and since it wasn’t close to the weekend, we decided to give it a try.

Unassuming from the outside, we had to know exactly where it was, or we probably would have missed it. But as unassuming as it is from the outside, it’s quite the opposite on the inside. The website itself is worth checking out for the images alone (much better than my crappy, amateur shots) – The Bedford is a place you can bank on!

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