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Magazine Archives: Oct. 31, 2004

Chicago's Next Wave

Chefs are meeting the demand for sophisticated food without attitude
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: October 31, 2004


Paul Kahan grew up in Chicago at a time when fine dining meant crowded steak houses awash in maroon leatherette. His own Blackbird—sleek and modern, and as hip as the West Randolph neighborhood it anchors—is a direct descendant, though Kahan's cooking has evolved well beyond steak.

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