Moo & Oink
In this edition of the wildly popular ‘Chicago on YouTube,’ we reminisce about the wonderful commercials Moo & Oink used to make in the 80s and 90s. Those were the days…
A famous Chicago name went on the auction block this morning, and it was sold to the highest bidder for more a half million dollars.
A federal bankruptcy judge has ordered a public auction of the iconic Moo & Oink grocery store chain, which shut down in September.
Former employees of Moo & Oink meat markets have been fighting to force the chain to pay them pension and health benefits they are still owed from the months before Moo & Oink stores started closing.
Whether you enjoyed their food or just saw their distinctive commercials, most Chicagoans recognize the name “Moo & Oink.” But as CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports, the grocery store chain might be forced to shut down.
Chicago has plenty of meat markets, but since it’s “Barbeque Month” we’ll focus on the grilling kind as opposed to the River North kind. Here’s a selection of some of the best places in Chicago to find the goods for the grill.