Restaurants could not participate in the Taste of Chicago this year, due to COVID-19. But they are still cooking to do some good. FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports.
The Taste of Chicago was scheduled for this week, but it is online this year. Instead of being idle, the restaurants are donating their food. FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports.
If you like oysters and seafood, you just might want to take a quick trip to the North Shore where Pescadero Seafood & Oyster Bar is serving up great dishes of ocean fare and shellfish.
The coronavirus outbreak moved the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest from the Coney Island boardwalk to an undisclosed indoor location but the results were familiar.
Mayor Lightfoot sent out a clear warning message to bars and restaurants that have been violating the cities pandemic guidelines. Sam Toia, President of the Illinois Restaurant Associations, talks about it.
Inspired by the Disney+ series, the limited-edition cereal celebrates “The Child” with a taste inspired by Galaxy’s Edge.
If you've had the pleasure of enjoying Middle Brow Bungalow's bread, then you know what a delicacy their sourdough really is. The owners are now focusing on getting their bread to people in under-resourced communities.
Chick-fil-A beat competitors Chipotle, Dunkin', Arby's, KFC and Panera Bread to take the top prize
In today's Lovin' Local we are vising a north suburban institution. Michael's Grill and Salad Bar in Highland Park has been around since 1977.
The announcement from the fast-food chain comes as multiple areas across the country are reinforcing lockdown restrictions in efforts to clamp down on surging COVID-19 cases.
A group of Little Caesars employees in Ohio have been fired after an offensive anti-Semitic image was allegedly discovered on a Hot N’ Ready pizza that a customer purchased.
The popular half-sheet cakes are not being sold in any Costco locations across the country, and the company expressed no immediate plans on bringing them back.
Friday is a day a lot of Chicagoans have been waiting for - getting back inside our favorite restaurants. It's a big day for those restaurants too. Franco Gianni, owner of Wood restaurant on North Halsted, talks about how coronavirus has changed the dining experience.
The pandemic has caused sharp swings in cheese prices, jumping 160% since April.
From Spam to ham, sales of canned meat are reportedly booming.
The Georgia mom placed ice cream in front of little Ceci, asked her to wait, and then left the room ... leaving the camera on.
The marketing for and name of Eskimo Pie ice cream bars will change after the company said the term was derogatory.
Chicago’s restaurants will be allowed to serve limited numbers of diners indoors beginning next week, which is earlier than expected, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Friday.
One of the best rooftop bars in Chicago is up and running after the long COVID-19 closing. Bernie's Chicago on Orleans is ready for a fun summer and GM Mark O'Sullivan has all the details.
You have some new ways to get your drink on in Chicago.