Second City Helpings

Three new Chicago restaurants showcase the city's talent for self-renewal
John Mariani
Issue: October 15, 2002

Ever since the Great Fire of 1871, Chicago has seemed to be renewing itself. The city continually reassesses, and takes what is often already very good and brings it up to date. This is as true of its restaurants as it is of its glorious architecture, neither of which betray the city's admirable sense of balance between preserving local history and moving forward as an international city.

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