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The Dish: Tailgate time: A look at the area’s most interesting game-day options

October 14, 2019 by Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out

Fact: It’s almost impossible to truly enjoy a sporting event without at least a little snack or something to drink.

And whether fans are going out or having friends over for the big game, the southwest suburbs offer no...

The Dish: Barraco’s thrives in Orland Park, six other locations while rooted in family

by Thomas Czaja, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

After a visit to Barraco’s in Orland Park, it is evident that the business was started, has grown and continues to operate with family at is core.

A variety of family photos adorning the walls of the establishment to...

The Dish: Old Tinley Pub & Eatery a staple of the neighborhood for 21 years

by Jacquelyn Schlabach, Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

When customers walk into Old Tinley Pub & Eatery, they can expect to be welcomed with open arms.

Whether new to the bar or a returning customer, everyone receives a friendly hello.

This atmosphere...

The Dish: Variety, fresh ingredients set Wu’s House apart

by Nuria Mathog, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

At Wu’s House, the cornerstone of the dining experience is an extensive menu capable of accommodating a wide variety of tastes and preferences.

The Mokena restaurant, which offers Japanese mainstays such as sushi and...