What better way to beat the heat than with a cold drink in your hand? From spicy margaritas to delectable daiquiris, we’ve got something for everyone. These refreshing favorites are a must-have for your restaurant this season.
If you’re attending the 2017 National Restaurant Show taking place at McCormick Place in Chicago this weekend, then you’d be smart to take an extra day or two for yourself to explore and enjoy the city away from overload of the restaurant industry’s largest trade show. If you didn’t, well, you messed up! Take a local’s advice and follow these tips! You’ll be guaranteed to have a good time. We’ve mapped out every place on this list for you at the bottom of this post. Read more
Every Friday Uncorkd finds the most interesting restaurant and beverage industry news that had us talking. Here are must-read articles from June 18th – June 24th. Read more
This holiday weekend marks the beginning of pool season and warm summer nights. We have the two perfect ingredients to make a refreshing splash on your menu. Think plenty of red and blue.
Chicago is a quilt of very distinct neighborhoods. The factories that built this once working-man’s city have given way to an endless scene of restaurants, bars, galleries, and hip hangouts. While visiting for the NRA show, here are some necessary stops for grabbing a drink, dish, or just a good time.
The google calendar page has flipped, and we’ve stumbled, sunburnt and sandy, into the start of fall. It’s time to pick the Mojito mint from your muddler sticks, and dump out the last drops of your sangria. Now, you can start stirring in your favorite fall cocktail flavors. If you want to make your at-home bar more exciting and versatile, then here are some tips on how to use new liqueurs and ingredients that will turn classic cocktails into impressive feats of cocktail wizardry.
The end of August and start of September is a time of change. Summer is slowly winding down and the sometime phantom season of fall is (hopefully) approaching. Kids go back to school. Our favorite television shows are starting up. Your local farmers market selection is dwindling and will be ending soon. It’s a time when our tastes change and restaurants begin to tinker with menus, experimenting with dishes that offer the bold flavors of fall. But wait! If you haven’t had your fill of summer yet, there’s still time. Here is a list of end-of-summer ingredients that are at their peak, and some recipes for dishes to devour before summer fades into fall.