This week's top dish from Eater Chicago, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
EVANSTON—After a slightly delayed opening, Amy Morton, along with chef Nicole Pederson (C-House), opened Found, an eclectically designed restaurant with vintage and, well, found wares focusing on a menu of local Midwestern ingredients.
EVERYWHERE—The Michelin Guide will come out on Nov. 14, but in advance of that, which will reveal the coveted star listings, Michelin dropped its list of Bib Gourmands, more value-focused spots, that includes newcomers like Ada St., Jam, Kai Zan, Untitled and Wood. Check out the full list.
CRIME REPORT—Charlie Trotter is planning to auction off 4000 bottles from his prized wine collection at Christie's, but somehow on the way, a pallet of 60 cases was stolen.
LOGAN SQUARE—Following a customer's complaints that native paintings of Aztec warrior women with exposed breasts was offensive and pornographic, the city called Real Tenochtitlan to cover them up. Are they art or porn?
HELP WANTED—Eater Chicago editor Ari Bendersky is moving on to work at Abe's Market so there's a spot open to fill his position.