While some higher-end restaurants in Chicago focus things like the limitless possibilities of agar agar or modern takes on charcuterie, there’s a reason why places like Spiaggia, which has been around for 20+ years, still rightfully own a place in the canon of fine dining.

Read more: (Re)visiting Spiaggia

While some higher-end restaurants in Chicago focus things like the limitless possibilities of agar agar or modern takes on charcuterie, there’s a reason why places like Spiaggia, which has been around for 20+ years, still rightfully own a place in the canon of fine dining.

Read more: (Re)visiting Spiaggia

Longman & Eagle, Revolution Brewing, Lula Cafe and Jam all seeking line cooks

chiboulevards:

There are several open positions available in the restaurant scene here in the neighborhood. Just go to the jobs page on Craigslist and type in “Logan Square” - it looks like line cooks are in pretty high demand in the neighborhood right now.

L&E Line Cook job post

Lula Cafe job post

Revolution Brewing job post

Jam Restaurant job post

Unknown restaurant (Boiler Room?) job post

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Many of us evaluate a restaurant based on the food; after all, restaurants are about eating. But how many of us stop and think about the design—like the look of the interior, the materials used, and the color scheme—when it comes to our food experiences? This is the question that the Chicago Architecture Foundation wants you to think about through their series Appetite for Design. Learn more in our latest Drive-Thru feature: Chicago Architecture Foundation Gets an Appetite for Design

Many of us evaluate a restaurant based on the food; after all, restaurants are about eating. But how many of us stop and think about the design—like the look of the interior, the materials used, and the color scheme—when it comes to our food experiences?

This is the question that the Chicago Architecture Foundation wants you to think about through their series Appetite for Design. Learn more in our latest Drive-Thru feature: Chicago Architecture Foundation Gets an Appetite for Design