Chicago's Best Restaurants

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Bonus Books, 1997 - Travel - 330 pages
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Sherman Kaplan's incisive reviews will help you find just the right dining spot every time. Noting that quality and cost are not necessarily related, Kaplan scores each restaurant on a 20-point scale, assigning a "K/R" (Kaplan Rating) that evaluates: food, service, ambiance, and overall value. A K/R of 20/20 is tops, and no eatery in this book falls below 15/20. The price range, location, phone number, hours, parking, credit cards -- all the specifics are spelled out to ensure a delightful eating experience instead of a disappointing surprise.

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About the author (1997)

Sherman Kaplan is a two-time winner of the Peter Lisagor Award for art and culinary criticism, and was a James Beard Foundation nominee in the food criticism category. He is the restaurant critic for WBBM Newsradio 780 and North Shore Magazine, and he makes frequent appearances as a restaurant commentator on Channel 32 Chicago's Fox Thing in the Morning.

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