May 31, 2019

"About the arrival of the World Tour of Olive Oil to Chicago, chef Marcos Campos teaches you how to cook this delicious cold soup with ingredients such as vinegar, water, bread and accessories like raw vegetables or almonds."

Watch the full video here.

June 14, 2018

The U.S. didn’t qualify for this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t lace up those Adidas shoes, put on a jersey, and watch the games in Chicago.

The World Cup, which takes place in various cities in Russia from June 14 to July 15, will be shown...

Black Bull

1721 W. Division St., 773-227-8600

Cheering for Spain? Celebrate all the games (starting after 1 p.m.) inside and on the sidewalk patio of this East Ukrainian Village Spanish restaurant. Drink $30 sangria porrons (pitchers) and $15 porrons of Estrella Galicia...

June 12, 2018

The World Cup, one of the most-anticipated sporting events in the world, comes around only once every four years. Chicago’s soccer enthusiasts are hyped for the 64 matches taking place in Russia between June 14 and July 15...  

Black Bull

Soccer fans who aren’t...

March 28, 2018

"Nine hundred degrees," said Chef Gabriel Padilla of Rustico, with pride. "That's the temperature of our wood-burning oven, where we make our paella."...

Paella is a traditional Spanish dish, usually served in a flat round pan, with rice as a key ingredient, as well as,...

March 8, 2018

Black Bull
You can undeniably never go wrong with jamon Iberico, and proprietor Daniel Alonso’s Spanish number Black Bull is one of the city’s top haunts for the pricey cured ham. Thanks to Spain’s affinity for tapas, Black Bull is an excellent option for a small plate...