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Primal Cut Steakhouse realizes the vision of its co-owners

April 19, 2017 by Thomas Czaja, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Approximately six years ago, a chef entered a steakhouse in Chicago, where he met another chef working as a dining room captain.

Little did Paul Spass know when he sat down and became a regular customer of Mark Dewar’s...

Small space, big taste: The Soup Guy offers homemade soups, cheesecake from mobile kitchen

by Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Seeing few places to get a good, homemade, belly-warming soup without breaking the bank, chef Mike Weckler decided to start serving his own recipes.

He started a small catering business a few years back, offering...

Submarine City not just another sandwich shop

by Max Lapthorne, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Back in 1978, late-night snackers had a tough time finding places open past 10 p.m. not named White Castle.

Then came Submarine City.

Ted and Tom Gatses opened the first Submarine City location at 1130...

Crab is king with a kick at Orland’s Q Restaurant

by Bill Jones, Managing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

While innovation is generally the name of the game for Q Restaurant owner Quee Huynh, one of the dishes she enjoys the most has been hiding out on the appetizers portion of the Orland Park Asian fusion spot’s menu for the past two...