All posts tagged "fine dining"

  • Gramercy Tavern

    For well over two decades, Gramercy Tavern continues to stand out in the densely-packed field of New American restaurants. One of Danny Meyer’s gems in...

  • Le Bernardin

    Eric Ripert can do no wrong at the 20 year-old Le Bernardin, originally opened by Brittany-born Maguy le Coze with her brother, Chef Gilbert le...

  • L’Etoile

    Upscale American and the first restaurant in town to promote sustainable, organic produce from the region. This is the special occasion place you make your...

  • Eleven Madison Park

    The elegant Eleven Madison Park, open since 1998 under Danny Meyer’s guidance, continues to shine under the helm of Chef Daniel Humm and Will Guidara....

  • Moti Mahal

    This relatively swanky Northern Indian restaurant near Covent Garden may look like it’s for tourists, but when I saw a half-dozen serious Indian men all...

  • Restaurant August

    There’s a reason you hear the name John Besh quite a bit when you talk about New Orleans. That’s because he’s one of the few...

  • Heritage Tavern

    Located just one block from Madison’s capitol square, Heritage Tavern combines old world elegance with global inspiration and Wisconsin’s finest ingredients. Their expertly crafted, seasonal...

  • ABC 7 “Hungry Hound” Weekly Recap

    What an incredibly delicious week in Chicago. Check out my latest videos for the inside look at Little Goat Bread and Diner, as well as fine-dining resurrected...

  • Two of Chicago’s Latest Fine-Dining Options Changing The Rules

    There’s been quite a bit of discussion lately, at least among people who do what I do for a living, that the era of fine...

  • Four Seasons “Re-Concepting,” Chicago’s Fine Dining Landscape Continues To Evolve

    After the ball drops next month, so will the hammer.   Chicago is losing yet another fine-dining destination after New Year’s Eve, as the Four...