Rachael heads to Mahomet for some pie.
Jess W. visits King Kuma, a new stand in Urbana’s Broadway Food Hall, to see if the poke lives up to the trendy hype.
Rob travels to the other side of the world and back, figuratively that is, for a taste of India.
It might be a Hallmark holiday, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t expectations and opportunities for a good date night.
AJ visits Campustown's Legends for burgers and beer.
Looking for ways to make your meal prep easier? Anisa's cooking with some help from U of I's Meat Science Lab.
Jess W. shares some local specials and some stand-by favorites to check out in February.
Overall, it's hard to see the event as anything as a huge success. We speak with organizer Terri Reifsteck about her favorites, and how the event has improved and what comes next.
What did we think of our Restaurant Week meals?
Restaurant Week kicks off today, and Food & Drink editor Jess has some suggestions for you.
One of the newer restaurants on campus, Kung Fu BBQ, provides a wide selection of delicious Korean cuisine.
Anisa kicks off a series featuring black owned businesses in C-U by sitting down with one of the owners of Wood N Hog BBQ. He is proud to be a black business man and serve his community, but he doesn't want that to be the only reason people show support.
Looking for a great place to dine? Interested in where to find the best cocktails? Want to know the latest news on restaurant and bar openings? Our Food & Drink Section should always be your first place to look.