Illinois Restaurants Sue To Stay Open; 'This Should Be A Legislative Decision'"We're paying more money out than we're bringing in as well."
Despite Empty Ballparks On Opening Day, Nearby Bars, Restaurants Want Fans To Support Their Businesses"The business model as it is today will have to change if we are going to survive."
At The Cozy Corner, The Bill Doesn't Add Up"It adds up with all of the customers. It could add up to thousands of dollars in the end."
Person Leaving 'We Don’t Tip Terrorist' Message Banned From Restaurant"I share this because I want people to understand that this racism, and this hatred still exists."
Man Claims Restaurant Asked Him To Leave For Wearing CrossAn Indiana man and his pastor are claiming that a local restaurant profiled them and threatened to throw the man out for wearing a cross in public.
Chicago Restaurant Named "Best Restaurant In The World"Chicago is home to the best restaurant in the world, according to Elite Traveler magazine.
Couple Launches GoFundMe Page To Reopen Wilmington Staple, 'Launching Pad' RestaurantA couple with a dream of sharing happiness with others has opened a GoFundMe page to help re-open a old staple in far southwest suburban Wilmington.
Burglars Hit Pilsen Coffee Shop Twice In Four DaysDespite the crimes, the owners are feeling some love. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
North Side Restaurant Fire Leaves Dozens Out Of WorkMore than 30 employees no longer jobs, but efforts are underway to help them. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Restaurant Workers Organize Fundraiser For Stricken ColleagueLike many restaurant servers, 41-year-old Brian Vincent did not get health insurance. Now, his co-workers at the Grillroom in the Loop are trying to help. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
The Chicago Restaurants That Failed Health Inspections In 2015Chicago has had thousands of restaurants fail health inspections this year. How worried should this make you? Not very, actually.
College Of DuPage Likely To Close Restaurant, Create Lab For Culinary StudentsAt a special meeting Thursday evening, College of DuPage trustees were scheduled to vote on a proposal to close Waterleaf, and turn it into an educational facility.
Two In Custody After Smash-And-Grab At River North RestaurantThe officers pursued two suspects and were able to arrest them and recover computer and credit card equipment.
Man Shot Inside Homan Square RestaurantAbout 1:30 a.m., he was at the restaurant near the intersection of Roosevelt and Homan when several people walked in and a gunman among them opened fire, police News Affairs Officer Hector Alfaro said.
Chicago Is Schocked -- Schocked -- To Find Former Congressman HereAaron Schock has been keeping a low profile since leaving Congress amid controversy earlier this year. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports he surfaced in the Windy City this week.