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Naoki’s sashimi plates are arranged in a starfish pattern and sparingly seasoned, reports Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel. The flavor and mouthfeel are beautiful. (Brian Cassella / Chicago Tribune)

Pork ribs from Bar Siena. Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel checks it out. (Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune) http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/restaurants/ct-food-0916-review-bar-siena-20150914-column.html

Heading to Wrigley? Here's where the good food is hiding, according to Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel. Shown here: SpritzBurger burger. (John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune)

Chefs Aaron Martinez, left, and Stephen Gillanders (respectively, the outgoing and incoming chefs at Intro) will be joined by Doug Psaltis, Michael Sheerin (Embeya) and David Posey at a game dinner benefiting the Chicago Food Depository. Details from Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel (@philvettel)

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Restaurant in Chicago, Illinois: This favorite Chicago restaurant is Rated “Excellent” by both noted Chicago Food Critics, the Tribune’s Phil Vettel, and the Sun ...

Roast pheasant is as close to a signature dish as The Finery offers in St. Charles, reports Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel. Thick, crispy-skinned slices of pheasant breast arrive on a nest-shaped pile of risotto, with a little pesto and pheasant stock surrounding it. (E. Jason Wambsgans / Chicago Tribune)

Aaron Martinez, who did a stint at Intro, will be the chef at new Il Porcellino, writes Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel. (Erin Hooley / Chicago Tribune)

Bub City, the River North barbecue restaurant from Lettuce Entertain You, will open in Rosemont. Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel has details. (Alex Garcia / Chicago Tribune) http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/ct-bub-city-heading-to-rosemont-20151222-story.html

Picarones are beignets made with sweet potato and pumpkin, served with panela (brown sugar syrup). (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune) Via Lima brings such Peruvian flavors to North Center, writes Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel.