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Rogue Curbside Kitchen offers gourmet sandwiches aplenty

by Kyle Lahucik, Editorial Intern Life & Arts, Dining Out

Chef Mark Eckert went rogue two years ago.

And the Gone Rogue — braised beef short rib topped with red onion, cilantro and Boursin cheese on a ciabatta roll, served with Parmesan fries ($15) — is a delicious dish that...

Which Wich the toughest choice to make at Orland’s new sandwich shop

by Bill Jones, Managing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Walk into Orland Park’s newest sandwich chain and the experience is almost alarmingly different than most.

First, it is the color scheme: a bright yellow that pops around every corner, from the walls to the signs to...

Only fresh, authentic and tasty dishes served at Pico de Gallo

by Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Although Pico de Gallo in New Lenox just opened at the end of January, the restaurant already has seen more customers than expected.

“I didn’t think it was going to go this wild,” said owner Denise Marquez. “There’s a...