The definition of “Comfort Food” varies greatly from person-to-person, city-to-city and cuisine-to-cuisine. Some may see chicken as comfort food while others see it as a healthy source of protein. Whatever your views are, you can probably appreciate our DiningIn employees’ views on comfort food – as they are in fact foodies/food experts. Let us tell you where you can get the best comfort food delivered from in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Minneapolis and Philadelphia.
Sometimes the most important meal of the day can be the most difficult to get to.
Mason’s Restaurant & Café, situated in the historic Masonic Building at the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 6th Street, is the ideal spot for ‘affordable new American cuisine’ in downtown Minneapolis.
Debi Mazar & Gabrielle Corcos from "Extra Virgin" (Photo Credit: Food Network)
There are many restaurants throughout the United States that aspire to be all that Quaker Steak & Lube is – but there are few, if any, that reach that particular level of greatness.
Resolutionists unite! I know that we’re three months into the new year already, but that doesn’t mean that it’s right to give up your new years resolutions so fast. You know deep down inside that you’re more than capable of continuing that healthy diet all the way into the summer to get that oh-so-coveted beach bod, so let us help you do it! We’ve compiled a list of some of the healthiest restaurants in each of DiningIn's cities – Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Minneapolis and Philadelphia – to help you get back into the swing of your respective New Years Resolutions.
First launching in 1994, foodlife is a Chicago food lover’s dream, offering hundreds of catering buffet choices for get-togethers, birthday parties, early office meetings, and other social gatherings.
Minnesotans (and our customers in the Twin Cities in particular) are quite familiar with Midwestern chef Amy Thielen, the star of Food Network's show "Heartland Table" - and the whole entire country is about to become more familiar with her as well. "Heartland Table" is coming back for its second season this Saturday, March 8th, where Thielen, who is 38 years old and is certainly "a connoisseur of all things authentically Midwestern" will present to us the many cooking skills she's learned since growing up just a few miles from the headwaters of the Mississippi River in the Northern Minnesota town of Park Rapids.
The Windy City is home to the Latin-fused eateries of Mercadito Hospitality, the restaurant group behind Chicago’s most inventive and highly acclaimed restaurants.