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WHAT CAUSED THE END OF CANTINA 1910?

WHAT CAUSED THE END OF CANTINA 1910?

Ambitious, multifaceted, and finally toast—we look at what doomed Andersonville’s huge modern Mexican spot Cantina 1910


Scene - August 24, 2016 - 8:30 am - Michael Gebert


THE LAST ARTICLE ABOUT WOMEN IN WINE, EVER

THE LAST ARTICLE ABOUT WOMEN IN WINE, EVER

Women in wine aren’t a novelty any more, they’re normal. A look at how women are helping women find their place in that world


Scene - July 11, 2016 - 9:04 am - Matilda Schieren


WE GOT THE TRONC, GOTTA HAVE SOME TRONC

WE GOT THE TRONC, GOTTA HAVE SOME TRONC

As Tribune Media becomes the Tronc of the future, Fooditor asks, anybody still interested in writing something to read?


Scene - June 3, 2016 - 9:38 am - Michael Gebert


MY DINNER AT ALINEA 2.0, ON OPENING NIGHT

MY DINNER AT ALINEA 2.0, ON OPENING NIGHT

The author has been to Alinea many times—most recently last Friday, for the first night of the acclaimed restaurant’s reinvention


Scene - May 23, 2016 - 10:34 am - Royal Lichter


JUDGE, JURY AND PORKSECUTIONER AT BACONFEST

JUDGE, JURY AND PORKSECUTIONER AT BACONFEST

Behind the scenes at the event that makes Chicago the happiest, porkiest place on Earth


Scene - May 2, 2016 - 9:34 am - Michael Gebert


INVISIBLE MAC:<br> LOOKING FOR THE SOUL IN MAC ‘N’ CHEESE

INVISIBLE MAC:
LOOKING FOR THE SOUL IN MAC ‘N’ CHEESE

A series cooked up a mess of coverage of mac ‘n’ cheese—but didn’t dig into the culture where it matters most


Scene - April 7, 2016 - 8:55 am - Michael Gebert


DOMINIQUE TOUGNE’S GALLIC SPIN ON TRADITIONAL TOAST

DOMINIQUE TOUGNE’S GALLIC SPIN ON TRADITIONAL TOAST

The veteran chef of Chez Moi introduces Chicago to a kind of toast that evokes memories of his Alsatian village


Scene - April 1, 2016 - 8:36 am - Michael Gebert


WHY FOODIES (AND FOOD WRITERS) SHOULD SEE CITY OF GOLD

WHY FOODIES (AND FOOD WRITERS) SHOULD SEE CITY OF GOLD

The new documentary about food critic Jonathan Gold has lessons for anybody who thinks about—let alone writes about—food


Scene - March 21, 2016 - 8:24 am - Joe Campagna


IT’S A GOOD JAMES BEARD YEAR FOR RESTAURANTS, ANYWAY

IT’S A GOOD JAMES BEARD YEAR FOR RESTAURANTS, ANYWAY

Chicago restaurants have never had more of a presence at the Beards—and Chicago food media has never had less


Scene - March 16, 2016 - 9:34 am - Michael Gebert


I WORKED A POP UP—AND LIVED TO TELL THE TALE!

I WORKED A POP UP—AND LIVED TO TELL THE TALE!

Ex-Schwa chef Brian Fisher wanted to show what he can do. Our author was pressed into service to help make it happen


Scene - February 26, 2016 - 9:07 am - Ben Feldheim