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Early predictions for what will be on our best of 2014 lists

Early predictions for what will be on our best of 2014 lists
It wouldn't be a year in Chicago without a Brendan Sodikoff opening. We have no idea what's first, but here's what's coming up: barbecue restaurant Green Street Smoked Meats, juice bar Jack & Juice and High Five Ramen, all at 112 North Green Street.
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Voting is open for River North's Best THAW Awards. Here's your chance to honor

Voting is open for River North's Best THAW Awards. Here's your chance to honor
Each category has three or four nominees and the ability to write in your favorite if it's not listed. In true Chicago fashion, you're invited to vote as many times as you like (once daily) through December 30. Nominees include: River North's Best New …
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What Was Chicago's Best Dining Neighborhood in 2013?

What Was Chicago's Best Dining Neighborhood in 2013?
Amy Cavanaugh, Time Out Chicago: River North's dining scene took a big step forward. Three Dots and a Dash and Berkshire Room joined Sable to seriously up the neighborhood's cocktail cred, while Tanta, Sumi Robata Bar, Beatrix, Dillman's and Eataly all …
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BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel

BEST WESTERN PLUS River North Hotel Reviews

Chicago
125 W Ohio St
Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (31 Reviews)

Review by Jared F.
Room was clean, front desk staff was somewhat polite at check-in.

Take your own towels to the pool since they don’t like to restock the supply in…
Rating: 3

Review by Leah M.
Tasty and affordable restaurant, friendly and helpful concierge, centrally located, taxi light service, and clean modern rooms…why would I stay anywhere…
Rating: 5

Review by Matt F.
Beware! Don’t use any 3rd party booking site (like priceline) to book here. Will treat you like 2nd class customer. Wouldn’t help us because we didn’t…
Rating: 1

Body of best man in fatal Hudson River crash found

Body of best man in fatal Hudson River crash found
The sheriff's office said the boat hit a construction barge anchored below the Tappan Zee Bridge, part of the New York State Thruway and a major transportation link across the Hudson River about 25 miles (40 km) north of Midtown Manhattan. The body of …
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