Known for its delicious deep-dish pizza, overflowing hot dogs, and hearty Italian beefs, Chicago is also known by locals for its plenitude of unique neighborhood restaurants and its incredibly diverse food culture. Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is the first-ever collection of the best of these restaurants from the city and suburbs as hand-picked from the Chicago Tribune's popular Cheap Eats feature. This comprehensive collection is conveniently organized by neighborhood and is filled with helpful tips on what to try and what to pass by, all written in the friendly, distinctive tone of the award-winning staff of Chicago Tribune food writers. Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is perfect for the hardworking student, the budget-conscious traveler, and the city or suburban family seeking an inexpensive night out that doesn't compromise on taste. Affordable options in popular hotspots like Lincoln Park and the Loop are revealed, along with the best of diverse neighborhoods like Andersonville, Ukrainian Village, Bucktown, and Hyde Park. Even going beyond the city limits, this book explores the best low-cost suburban restaurants in towns like Downers Grove, Naperville, Evanston, and many others. For delicious dining on a budget, Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is a handy, straightforward guide for both longtime locals and first-time visitors to celebrate the Chicago area for its eclectic range of cuisines, dining styles, and beautiful neighborhoods.
Compiled directly from the Chicago Tribune's restaurant reviews, Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago is an expansive and diverse collection of the best international cuisine throughout the city and suburbs. The featured restaurants featured span a variety of cultures and continents: East and Southeast Asian, Central and South American, African, European, Middle Eastern, and more. The Chicago Tribune's award-winning reporters cover everything from the quality of a restaurant's dishes to dining décor, location, and service in vivid detail. Each section is organized by region, so readers can see an overview of international options before choosing a restaurant. Perfect for both Chicago residents and visitors, Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago is a great guide for the adventurous and curious eater.
Compiled directly from the Chicago Tribune's restaurant reviews, Good Eating's Fine Dining in Chicago is an authoritative collection of the best restaurants in Chicago, including the 2012 and 2013 Michelin-star rated restaurants as well as all of the restaurants rated by the newspaper as four stars. Author and longtime Chicago Tribune dining critic brings the experience of dining in the city's most acclaimed restaurants to life with his warm, accessible writing and extensive expertise. In the past decade, Chicago has become an international destination for fine cuisine, home to master chefs like Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz, and Stephanie Izard. The Chicago Tribune and Phil Vettel have built an insiders' relationship with these top Chicago hotspots, and Good Eating's Fine Dining in Chicago divulges juicy food industry insights along with mouthwatering reviews. This book represents the top tier of dining establishments in the Windy City, in terms of both the highest-quality food and the most innovative and elegant presentation. Organized by types of cuisine, the book reveals a diverse range of fine Chicago restaurants ranging from molecular gastronomy and contemporary American to classic French and new inventive ethnic cuisine. Perfect for both Chicago residents and visitors, Good Eating's Fine Dining in Chicago is a great guide for any lover of gourmet food.
A delicious dessert cookbook compiled from the Chicago Tribune’s vast archive of kitchen-tested recipes. A collection of over 75 sweet recipes that originally appeared over three decades of culinary reporting in the ChicagoTribune, this book is a one-stop recipe shop for all your favorite desserts. Ranging from cakes and cookies to pies and cobblers, as well as soufflés, mousses, puddings, tarts, and frozen delicacies, Good Eating's Desserts Cookbook is a simple guide to creating all the dishes a dessert aficionado could ever want. Try out traditional favorites and exotic experiments, all by following the straightforward step-by-step instructions from the Chicago Tribune's award-winning food writing staff. This book features desserts tailored for season and occasion, as well as beautiful full-color photography and the simple search-and-find interface of every Good Eating cookbook
In print since 1924, and known as the travel bible to South America, "Footprint South American Handbook" is the longest-running travel guide in the English language. Covering the entire continent, from Colombia to the tip of Argentina, this updated guide provides the adventurous traveler with everything needed to plan a trip. Two-color art throughout. 30 full-color photos. 230 maps.