Finalists were announced for the restaurant industry’s prized honor, and Forbes Travel Guide-rated establishments are well represented.
We discuss James Beard Foundation dinners, fall menus and winter plans with Sixteen’s executive chef, Thomas Lents.
Correspondent Veronica Meewes sits down with FT33 chef Matt McCallister and talks about his unsurprisingly artistic path to the kitchen.
Some of our choices you may know, some you may not, but chances are after you read this, you’ll want reservations at all of them.
No matter what you’re looking for in a dining experience—from over-the-top views and late-night lounges to killer steaks and innovative molecular gastronomy—Forbes Travel Guide offers our picks some of the Windy City’s hottest places to eat.
Summer is the hot season for celebrating food and wine — warm weather months set the stage for a slew of culinary festivals, including the weird (think Montana’s World Championship Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival) and the major — Aspen’s Food & Wine Classic. From Montreal to California and garlic to beer, check out Forbes Travel Guide’s picks of the five best food and drink events this summer.