Sunday, January 1, 2012

2012 Chicago Culinary Scene Starts with Bang: Charlie Trotter to close his world-renowned Chicago Eatery

In a special to the Chicago Sun-Times today, food editor Janet Rausa Fuller reported that renowned chef Charlie Trotter will close his famous Chicago Eatery Charlie Trotter’s, 816 W. Armitage, this August, after 25 years in business.
Trotter, 52, is calling this a “sabbatical,” though. He plans to travel the world with his wife, Rochelle, and go back to school to study philosophy and political theory. He said he’s been accepted into three graduate programs, two in Chicago and one in California.

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