According to the long-running commercial jingle, The Ribeye has the greatest steaks in town. Not by a longshot, says Seth Fein.
If there is one thing worth noting about C-U right now, it's the resurgence of business in downtown Urbana. Need proof? Walk with Kim to find out.
Laurence Mate knows a thing or two about meat. He recently showed Jason about perhaps the most delicate and tasty process of all for carnivorous humans: charcuterie.
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.
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.
Oh sure, you can get what people call "fish and chips" some places in C-U (especially on Fridays), but according to Seth — it won't wash. These towns need the real deal, just like in Dublin.
New beer columnist Joshi Fullop takes us on a journey through a beer awakening, from keg stands to Belgian beers and barley wines.
Bevier Café serves scrumptious lunch for your stomach, and Justine serves food porn photography and video for your eyes.
For Thad Morrow, executive chef and owner of bacaro, buying and cooking locally isn't just important, it's a way of doing good business. Now, lunch is on the table, too.
Amano's Pizza has quietly been making good pies at affordable prices in east Urbana. For those in a pinch, it just might be the ticket to a fine night of take-out.
Smell it? Hear it? It's about to be spring. But don't wait for the calendar to let you in on it; there are things you could (and should) be doing right now to prepare for the months ahead.
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