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Dining Out

The Dish: El Motor folds family traditions into Mexican favorites
The Dish: Happy Hour taps into hunger, too, with new menu at Bonefish Grill
The Dish: Options abound at Pepper Mill in Mokena
The Dish: Primal Cut Steakhouse realizes the vision of its co-owners
The Dish: Small space, big taste
The Dish: Submarine City not just another sandwich shop
The Dish: Crab is king with a kick at Orland’s Q Restaurant
The Dish: College nostalgia fuels menu, mentality of 350 Brewing Co.
The Scene: Where you want to be seen March 23-29
The Dish: Food, drinks never boring at either Tribes
The Dish: Villa Nova’s new owners focus on family, quality
The Dish: Irish eyes are smiling for Square Celt’s Irish dishes
The Dish: Sorriso stirs storied family history with classics
The Dish: Bonefish fashions four-flavor drink in pomegranate and sage martini
The Dish: El Balcon adopts rebellious Durango cuisine, attitude
The Dish: SemSem Mediterranean punctuated by authentic, healthy menu
The Dish: Teardrop Cafe serves up decadent, savory breakfast
The Dish: Family tradition continues at Tinley bakery
The Dish: Side Street combines unique flavors with entertainment
The Dish: A visual feast
The Dish: Angelo’s in Tinley Park focuses on meaty Italian meals
The Dish: Mickey’s offers good portions, prices after 30 years in business
The Dish: Girl in the Park offer beer, bourbon, burgers
The Dish: Adventure inspires Dancing Marlin’s menu
The Dish: Blaze Pizza offers personal pizzas in a flash

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