Wednesday, August 10, 2011
With oysters so freaking popular right now, Frontier in Noble Square couldn't help but throw a big bash on National Oyster Day, on August 14.
And in addition to offering a number of specials (dozen oysters for $12; $10 oyster Po'Boys; $6 char-grilled oysters), they're hosting a contest to find out once and for all which restaurant employs the best oyster shucker in town.
(Photo: Graham Elliot)
A Syracuse, N.Y., chef got into an online fight with Graham Elliot. What was he thinking?!
Here's how GE laid the smackdown on that a**.
Apparently there's no need to worry if you recently passed by Veerasway and wondered why it was dark.
An Ultimate Insider tells 312DD that the Indian-focused resto in the West Loop is temporarily shuttered because it's reconcepting.
UPDATE: Looks like that spot will be joining the burger trend, according to Eater Chicago.
L2O's main dining room. (Photo: L2O)
So, here's your ultimate seafood-focused dinner of the summer.
L2O teams up with Supreme Lobster for a Hawaiian-themed dinner prepared by some of the city's culinary stars.
The resto's top toques Francis Brennan and Matthew Kirkley, plus pastry chef Stephanie Prida, whip up a multi-course meal with Curtis Duffy (Avenues), Todd Stein (Florentine), Paul Virant (Perennial Virant, Vie) and Andrew Zimmerman (Sepia) to benefit the Hawaii Seafood Council.