Adrian KaneChicago Staff Writer
Adrian has a photographic memory for every meal she's eaten in Chicago since moving there in 2006, and as a result, her brain has been the subject of several studies conducted by Harvard researchers. That second part isn't actually true. Yet. Before taking over The Infatuation Chicago in 2017, she was a talented hair colorist, and clients used to call the salon asking her where they should be eating. Other than going to restaurants, Adrian's hobbies include hanging out with her German Shepherd, working out, and seeing how many science fiction references she can sneak into her reviews. If you know what a Tribble is, get in touch.
Memoir is a stall inside the Richland Center food court in Chinatown with build-your-own Szechuan dry hot pot.
Fairview is a stall inside the Fulton Galley food hall that specializes in rotisserie meats with Latin flavors.
Italianette is a stall inside the Fulton Galley food hall with fantastic housemade pasta.
Wherewithall is a cute tasting-menu spot in Avondale with a frequently changing menu.
Superkhana International is an Indian restaurant in Logan Square that does creative versions of street food.
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