A local company's take on a caramel apple beer was so popular, it is back this fall.
The igloos are coming back to the First Street Plaza in downtown St. Charles.
Taco Bell wants you to help eliminate waste by sending your used sauce packets to be recycled.
There have been many shortages during the pandemic. Now, there is a shortage of tortillas in Chicago.
Several Chicago aldermen are calling on the city to mandate proof of vaccination when visiting indoor public settings.
For almost 100 years, some of the most popular bakeries around the Chicago area have been meeting monthly in an exclusive baker's club.
The Flagship Brewery Company on Staten Island has debuted an ale specifically brewed for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
The outbreak has been linked to El Sombrero in Fox River Grove.
It’s not a joke anymore. McDonald’s ice cream machines are broken so much of the time that the FTC is now investigating what’s going on in the kitchens of one of the world’s most popular fast-food chains, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Atrial fibrillation, the most commonly treated heart arrhythmia, involves an irregular heartbeat, per the CDC
Starting Sept. 6, Bud Light Seltzer flavors will include pumpkin spice, toasted marshmallow, maple pear and apple crisp.
The Naperville Park Board has voted "no" to the return of Ribfest.
Restaurants in areas with high Delta variant cases are likely to be impacted.
The city of Chicago is suing DoorDash and Grubhub for allegedly deceiving customers.
The Taste of Greektown Festival in Chicago starts Friday .
Salmonella outbreaks linked to Italian-style meats have been reported in 17 states, sickening dozens and hospitalizing at least 12 people, the CDC said.
Pumpkin spice drinks, baked goods to return on Aug. 24, 2021
From Bridgeview to Harwood Heights and Berwyn to Oaklawn, at least 11 Chicago-area Culver’s restaurants are raising money on Monday to help police.
Sugary drinks, hotdogs, burgers and breakfast sandwiches were linked with most minutes of healthy life lost.
A suburban city is letting underage workers serve alcohol, because of staff shortages.