Check Please, Chicago
"It was the Chicago-style dog at the Wieners Circle, served up, as always, with attitude," said Carol Marin in her latest column.
The only unequivocal winner of Tuesday’s election, for me anyway, arrived long after the polls closed and the candidates had gone home.
It was the Chicago-style dog at the Wieners Circle, served up, as always, with attitude.
The Illinois primary was a snooze. But even boring elections can make you hungry. The spice of the evening came around midnight in the encased meat wrapped in a poppy-seed bun as I sat at the red picnic tables outside the iconic joint on North Clark.
Junk food joy for a political junkie.
Read Carol Marin's entire column in the Sun-Times.