Road Trip! For foodies, Chicago's Old Town Brasserie is worth the drive

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Among NEO diners of a certain age, bemoaning the passing of the French restaurant ranks right up there with polishing the chafing dish as a food-related hobby. But if our recent weekend getaway to the Windy City is any measure, the format may be poised to make a comeback -- and in a fashion as lively and hip as our times require. Consider the Old Town Brasserie, an airy soufflé of casual elegance that opened on the city’s north side in August, featuring polished service and extraordinary French cuisine. Don’t let the name fool you: This is no lowbrow tavern, boasting sausages and beer. (Click 'More' to read on ...)
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