The setting is very much old Chicago: an earthy Italian eatery tucked inside a shabby storefront. Though gentrification has sent local real estate prices soaring, this section of dim, boxy warehouses and corner bars still slumbers in the soot of a century of industry, crouched along the river just beyond the shadow of the city skyline. Inside, dozens of framed snapshots crowd the restaurant walls: the family, posed around a table. Famous patrons, local heroes at the tiny back bar: Harry... More >>>