Jose Enrique


Fine dining restaurants are usually clustered in touristy, commercial districts of a city, for obvious reasons. But when they are located in regular residential neighborhoods, it is often the case that they fail to strike a balance between being a

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Chicago used to be a town of great hotel restaurants.  Just two years ago, there were five that were Michelin starred: Avenues and Ria had two stars, and NoMI, Seasons, and Sixteen each had one.  And then, we lost them

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