So few "Mexican" restaurants in town can actually deliver on their namesake promise. The relatively new Mas Amigos comes through on theirs.
Tony's second visit to the locavore meal at the Red Herring on Saturday night was positive from start to finish.
In pursuit of the elusive deep-fried Twinkie, Kelly waded through several other fair-food delights before bagging his quarry.
If you're looking for Asian and vegetarian fare, Cravings will provide. Amelia traces the arc of her romance with the Campustown restaurant.
The new Mexican restaurant on the north side of Champaign is pretty standard fare, but it's reasonably priced and tasty.
Campustown's newest Indian eatery provides some interesting takes on traditional fare and decor.
Kelly takes a fresh look at Cowboy Monkey and decides that it's a good bar with a mediocre restaurant attached. What say you?
Townies on the west side of Wright remember Po' Boys as well as Farm Aid. For those who grew up on the east side, its re-opening (with different owners in Urbana) should be a great time to share in the memories.
The Blind Pig's new digs have some advantages over their sister location, even before they start brewing their own.
In her new ongoing column devoted to reviewing vegetarian-friendly restaurants in C-U, Amelia visits Istanbul in the former Pasha space.
Tony liked the first installment of locally-grown food prepared at the Red Herring so much, he felt the need to point out that he wasn't getting paid for this article.
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