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Plush Horse scoops fresh, unique flavors in vintage-inspired spot

by Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

With a sleek, stainless steel display and contrasting checkered floor tiles, it might feel like a 1960s diner were it not for the vintage tables and chairs -— and ice cream.

At any one time, there are more than 50 flavors behind the counter...

Chicago Dough Co. in New Lenox famous for pizza, community

by TJ Kremer III, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

Chicago is famous — or infamous — for many things.

It is known as a sports town. There is the Sears Tower (sorry, Willis). And, of course, the food.

And if one were to list the foods for which the city and surrounding suburbs were...

Country Charm provides homey feel, amplified American classics

by James Sanchez, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

With the antique wagon in the parking lot and the array of flowers on the walkway, customers are already enveloped in the small-town, country feel before stepping inside Country Charm Restaurant.

Then, they step inside, where the knotty...