There’s fresh food, and then there’s this. A video posted to Facebook on July 9th shows what appears a “zombie chicken” appearing to crawl off a plate at an unknown restaurant. The video has over 14 million views. You can hear some people screaming in the background of the unconfirmed video as the meat appears to crawl off the plate and land on the floor.
There are plenty of gut-filling afterhours options in The City of Big Shoulders.
There are people who claim you shouldn’t eat right before bed. With all due respect, these people are wrong. As far as after-hours decisions go, doubling down on fat and carbs before heading home is, quite frankly, one of the tamest decisions you could make. And bonus: if you’ve been drinking, they might even help you feel better the next morning. Given that, your midnight snack is practically a matter of national health and safety. And though Chicago isn’t open all hours the way New York or LA is, you can still find many late-night, gut-filling options in The City of Big Shoulders. Continue at Source: The Best Places for Late-Night Eats in Chicago
Looking for the best affordable sandwich outlets in Irvine? Here’s a rundown of top businesses in the city in your price range, with ratings, photos and more.
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable sandwich outlets in Irvine, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture when cravings strike. Continue at Source: Irvine’s 5 top spots for budget-friendly sandwiches
The city’s food scene is an ever-expanding patchwork quilt of cuisines and cultures waiting to be gobbled up. A couple of decades ago, the best restaurants in Madrid were the kind of white-tablecloth institutions that carved whole turbots tableside and decanted back-vintage Riojas with old-world panache. Those timeless stalwarts are still alive and kicking—we’re looking at you, Sylkar and Casa Hortensia—but there’s a culinary revolution underfoot in Madrid that’s turned the traditional criteria squarely on their head. See more at Source: 19 Best Restaurants in Madrid
Montreal’s convention centre, the Palais des Congrès, brings crowds to the area for conferences and conventions alike. While the building itself houses some fast, casual food options (mostly chains), local restaurants offer up dining experiences that are more than mere sustenance. Chinatown restaurants like Nouilles de Lan Zhou and Qing Hua offer expedient service with a negligible price tag, whereas heavy hitters like Toqué and L’Orignal are better geared towards a sit-down meal where neither time nor money are any object.