Chicago is Saveur Magazine’s “Culinary Star”

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Chicago’s innovative chefs and world-class Culinary Scene earned accolades from Saveur Magazine:  “the Windy City is America’s new culinary star.”

Chicago Foodies will start participating in Chicago’s Restaurant Week today. They will be making reservations for Chicago Chef Week 2012 in March.

Meanwhile, Chicago restaurants are “rolling out the red carpet for the NRA Show (National Restaurant Association ) and the International Wine, Spirits & Beer Event (IWSB) for international attendees.” These events are part of the NRA Show in Chicago in May.

The mission of the National Restaurant Association: “we strive to help every one of our members build customer loyalty, find financial success and provide rewarding careers in foodservice. Today’s restaurant industry is growing rapidly. It employs 12.8 million Americans in 960,000  locations — and 2012 sales are expected to reach $604 billion.”

The National Restaurant Association represents more than 380,000   businesses including: restaurants, suppliers, educators and non-profits.

You can reserve your space at the event here: Register now and save with the early-bird discount!

Reserve your space for one of the International Back of House tours, available exclusively to registered international attendees.

Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ www.vino-con-vista.com

Chefs in training in Paris, France (2005).

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Here’s a list of the Tours for the Event from the NRA Show Website:

 

Keefer’s Restaurant

Keefer’s is ranked “Best of Chicago for Steak” by the Food Network, recommended by the Michelin Guide as “One of the Top Ten Steakhouses in the U.S.”, voted “Best Place for Business Dining” by readers of Crain’s Chicago and praised by Zagat, “Keefer’s is an independent Chicago local favorite, fit for foodies and steak lovers.” You will love the steaks but you should not miss out on Chef John Hogan’s stellar fish dishes like fresh Dover Sole, Scottish Salmon, Maine Lobster, Ahi Tuna, Crab Cakes, Sea Scallops and specials including: Halibut, Hake, Sturgeon, Bouillabaisse, Loup de Mer and Rose Fish Papillote. If you are in the mood for a more casual meal, check out Chef Hogan’s Bistro Menu where you will find items that will hit the spot, without breaking the bank. You will not wait for us with a reservation: we are here to wait on you with first-class service which includes an allergy program designed to let everyone safely enjoy as much of our menu as possible.

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Berghoff Restaurant

The Berghoff Restaurant is a Chicago classic, serving German-American style cuisine and culture since 1898. Located in the heart of Chicago’s Loop, the Berghoff offers traditional German dishes, contemporary American fare, seasonal menus, vegetarian and gluten-free options in a casual, historic atmosphere. With its private labeled beer and root beer, there’s something for everyone at the Berghoff. Private Dining, off-premise catering and large group reservations also available. Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Most recently, the Berghoff was featured in the movie the Dark Knight, as well as Food Network’s “The Originals” and “Sugar High.”

Devon Seafood Grill

Upscale casual with imagination and style. Located at the corner of Chicago and Wabash, Devon Seafood Grill offers premium aquatic fare, seamless service and an exhilarating atmosphere. Our indulgent cuisine emphasizes freshness, creativity and simplicity – themes mirrored in the architecture of our two bars and multiple dining areas. Our display cellar showcases an extensive selection of over 600 fine wines and champagnes. And for tastes that run towards the exotic, our Wine Spectators | Wine Enthusiast list features an impressive list of rare and coveted wines from the finest wine-producing regions in the world.

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English: Chicago from the 96th floor of John Hancock Center. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ZED451

ZED451 is a revolutionary restaurant concept featuring original cuisine and delivery, service intelligence and unprecedented design. Let go of everything you used to think about dining and enter a warm and stylish world or artful design and relaxing and indulging abundance. For one price, chefs serve their specially prepared dishes tableside while a bounty of seasonal soups, composed salads, fresh vegetable prepared in unique ways, cheeses and breads await you at the Seasonal Harvest Tables. Here you are catered to in an environment that evokes a warm landscape of natural elements with a highly stylized edge.

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