Delicious DIRT. Celebrating Chef Week; Can’t Miss Charity Event: Fashion Rocks

DIRT Inside: Chicago Chef Week, Mindy Segal, Martial Noguier, Boka, Rustic House, Mercadito, Publican, bellyQ, haberdash, GT Fish&Oyster, Danny Macaroons, Belly Shack, Carriage House, Common Threads, West Loop Community Organization 

Fashion Rocks: Sweet Styles And Tasty Bites For A Cause

Vietnamese Cinnamon Donuts via Foodspotting

bellyQ’s Vietnamese Cinnamon Donuts via Foodspotting

We know you love fun fashion, good food, and enjoying it while giving back. So, you are in for a real treat on April 7th from 6:30pm-9pm as bellyQ teams up with men’s fashion experts over at haberdash to bring you, “Fashion Rocks”. With cooking stations and delicious eats sponsored by some of our favorites (GT Fish&OysterDanny MacaroonsBelly ShackCarriage House etc.), as well as a showcasing of the haberdash Spring 2013 line, this is sure to be a wonderful evening. The best part is that all proceeds go to the awesome charities Common Threads and West Loop Community Organization. For tickets ($150 each) email, fashionrocks@brownpapertickets.com.

Nifty New Feature for Google Maps On iPhone. Below

Chicago Chef Week Begins 3/17. Below

Bistronomic’s fish soup courtesy of Martha Williams for Time Out Chicago

If you have not heard about Chicago Chef Week, you’ve obviously been living in a cave. Nonetheless, you still have time to pig out and get the latest Delicious DIRT as 5th annual Chicago Chef Week arrives March 17th. During this special week, over 70 of Chicago’s hottest restaurants will be offering 3 course prix-fixe menus for lunch ($22) and dinner ($44). Some of Chicago’s highest-rated chefs will be participating, including Mindy Segal of Hot Chocolate, and Martial Noguier of Bistronomic. These amazing deals only last until the 22nd, and spots will fill up fast so make your reservations ASAP! You can find a full listing of participating restaurants at www.chicagochefweek.com, but some of our top picks are Boka, Rustic House, Mercadito, and Publican. We know we are going to be in food heaven during this tasty time of year, so let us know your favorites. If you can still breathe after gorging.

Nifty New Feature For Google Maps On iPhone

Courtesy of James Dohnert

Courtesy of James Dohnert

We all love the Google Maps app for iPhone. Not only is it easier to use than the Apple version, but we have definitely gotten lost a lot less since they released the app in December. Today, Google released a new update to their popular Maps application. A major flaw in the first version of the app was the inability to search and pull the addresses of contacts stored in your phone. With the new update they have fixed this problem, so now users must be logged in to their Google accounts so the app can pull all contact information straight from there. Also, there are new added shortcuts to help you find the restaurants, gas stations, bars + more closest to you. We love the new additions and can’t wait to put them to good use. What do you think about the new update? Let us know.

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