Friday September 22nd 2017

Around the Town Restaurants

Around the Town Chicago Loves Food
Around the Town Chicago Loves Food!

While I am not a chef, I do know my food and over the years have enjoyed a great number of restaurants. While along the way, I will review some of the new and older eateries, part of what I plan to do is hear about new and unchartered locations that you would like to learn more about. I will also be advising you of dining spots that are in or around the local theaters so that you can plan your visits to the theater will very little hassle.

While live theater is my true love (after my family) food is very special to me and finding affordable spots that offer quality dining is what I want to address. I know there are special restaurants, those where perhaps a special event might be celebrated, those mentions will be rare in that I want to reach those who have budgets allowing them to not only dine out, but have enough left over to purchase tickets for a play at one of our fine theaters.

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