Sun-Times food critic Pat Bruno dies.
Editor who fired Pat Bruno to leave food section.
Pat Bruno, longtime Sun-Times food critic who was let go last month, reveals in a long and moving essay for the Washington Post (may or may not be easily accessible beyond registration wall) that he's been fighting brain cancer since...
The recently fired critic takes a look at Prasino and Telegraph.
Pat Bruno finds a warm welcome at Dawali Mediterranean Kitchen on North Halsted Street, which also has a sibling in the Arab neighborhood in Albany Park. He praises the falafel— "a nice, crunchy, golden crust that gave way to the...
Pat Bruno tells the kids to quiet down.
Plus: Bruno and Sula face off on Gilt Bar.
Plus Bruno eats more Italian food and Dolinksy gets a hot tip about more Kosher shawarma.
The pizza- and authenticity-obsessed critic visits an authentic pizzeria. Is it up to par?
Pat Bruno seems more concerned with showing off his knowledge of Italy than giving a restaurant a chance.
This week, Pat Bruno takes a look at two old standbys.
For his 25th anniversary as a critic, Bruno looks back.
Sun Times critic Pat Bruno reviews Taxim and Gemini Bistro
312 Chicago and India House both deliver results.
Pat Bruno reviews Lockwood, while Phillip Foss writes about what it's like to be reviewed.
The critic can't stand Chicago Chop House, but finds redemption at Jury's.
Plus: Well-deserved praise for Honey 1 BBQ.
Pat Bruno doesn't like either Le Colonial or Il Pogglio; Thomas Witom digs on Sugar Toad.