5 best restaurant dinners of 2021
Georges Three served one of the most spectacular French-inspired meals of the year, featuring creative versions of the Gallic tradition, ushered in at the table with perfect pairings from Brian Duncan.
Sushi Suite 202 offers a wonderful way to experience beautifully crafted fish with a sushi master narrating every bite. It takes place in a hotel suite, hence the name.
Formento is without a doubt the finest Italian cuisine that we have enjoyed in a very long time, complemented by wines selected by Chuckiy Bement.
Ornate Bar & Restaurant in the Four Seasons offers diners a superb selection of innovative bites, prepared in the kitchen of chef Jonathon Sawyer, including a set of bread and edible candles and crispy candied chicken wings.
Between Sueños is how Stephen Sandoval presents his Baja Med cuisine in Chicago, which includes many seafood and vegetable (and meat) dishes inspired by Sandoval’s personal history and travels. It’s a pop-up now but aimed at brick and mortar.
Restaurant and beverage editor for New city, David also writes a weekly column on food for Wednesday newspaper at Oak Park and is a frequent contributor of food / drink and travel parts to the Chicago Tribune, Plate loader and other publications. David has also contributed chapters to several books including Street food around the world, Street food, and The Chicago Culinary Encyclopedia. Contact: [email protected]