When it opened at the corner of Wright and Healey streets in Campus town, owner Bob Monti said his father expected him to last 10 years. “He was wrong. I’m still here,” he said.
“With a heavy heart, Hank’s Table will be closing our doors next Friday, 10/30. None of us could have predicted the events of the past year. We are thankful for all of your support.”
URBANA — Chef Soohwa Yu has been serving carp at University of Illinois dining halls for a few years.
DANVILLE — McDonald’s is crediting its drive-thrus for an increase in sales through the COVID-19 pandemic, something that local franchisee Deanna Witzel said has helped her stores in Vermilion County.
Outdoor dining, expungements, Halloween trick or treating, Champaign high schools' progress, Urbana sunflowers, Daylight Saving Time, lights-out over an interstate bridge, the county treasurer's office and the best sledding hill in Champaign-Urbana.
Its new location at 1005 S. Neil St., C, will likely be similar to its newest Champaign restaurant, El Toro at the Crossing, 3401 Fields South Drive.
When he’s not at the bar known for its famous fried fish Fridays and catchy motto (“Food, Drink, Sports and ROCK!”), Grassman can usually be found onstage playing the guitar, drums, harmonica, mandolin, keyboards or kazoo with any of the three bands he’s a member of.
Joe’s is checking to make sure UI students have Bluetooth and location services turned on for the app, which are required for the exposure notification feature to work.
Leslie Glickman, owner of 44-year the Monticello mainstay Brown Bag Deli Restaurant, took time out from serving stuffed avocado and pie by the slice to answer a few questions from Jeff D’Alessio in the 40th installment of our spotlight on local leaders of organizations big and small.
On what was supposed to be college football's opening weekend, Memorial Stadium sits empty. The Big Ten's decision to wait until spring not only affects players, coaches and fans, but also community members with emotional and financial ties to the sport. Here are their stories.
Indoor seating at University of Illinois campus-area bars and restaurants will remain prohibited for an extra nine days.
As of Friday, city planners had helped Kam’s, Illini Inn, Legends, Murphy’s Pub and Red Lion with plans to expand their outdoor seating.
The city’s new order requires patrons to be seated when at any bar or restaurant, to wear masks when they aren’t eating or drinking and to maintain social distancing.
The order, which takes effect Wednesday for bars and Friday for restaurants, will remain in effect through Labor Day, the city announced Tuesday, as thousands of UI students descend upon C-U for the start of classes.
Recpients include Wood N’ Hog, Merry Ann’s Diner, Joe’s Brewery, Caribbean Grill, Broadway Food Hall, Sushi Kame and Basil Thai.
It won’t be quite the same as strolling through a crowd on a warm summer day, listening to live music, sampling restaurant foods and nibbling on ears of sweet corn, but two popular local festivals are proceeding in a pandemic-safer virtual way.
The newest franchised location of Captain D’s, a fast casual seafood restaurant chain based in Nashville, Tenn., is now open at 1409 N. Prospect Ave., C.
Can I get my pre-paid money back from a tour group because COVID-19 has canceled my tour? Or get my prepaid airline fees back because my flight got canceled because of COVID-19? If I am a restaurateur with a yearlong contract with a food supplier, do I gotta keep paying the supplier for inve…
By 2050, the village could have a bandshell, fountains and alley parks, and more people could live downtown in mixed-use developments with stores on the first floor.
En Route Fashion Boutique will move this fall from 401 W. Oak St., Mahomet, and expand to include a lot more at Mahomet’s new Churchill Crossing development.