New chef at Hey Nonny
Hey Nonny recently welcomed new Executive Chef Mauro Berruti to its bistro and live music venue in Arlington Heights. Berruti, who is originally from South America, is bringing new locally sourced dishes to the menu, including an Argentinean veggie empanada, crispy Brussels sprouts, a charcuterie board, burrata, a beet salad and roasted butternut squash soup. Diners can also taste some new entrees, such as pasta with shrimp and arrabbiata; braised short ribs with parsnip puree and almond gremolata; diver scallops with a winter squash risotto; and a veggie plate with winter squash, heirloom carrots, quinoa, kale and a baby greens salad. “We will be very clear about where we source our materials from and provide a range of dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan options,” Berruti said.
Hey Nonny is at 10 S. Vail Ave., Arlington Heights, (224) 202-0750, heynonny.com/.
Snow crab legs are now on the menu for a limited time at Miller’s Ale House. – Courtesy of Miller’s Ale House Seasonal specials
For the holidays, Miller’s Ale House is giving customers a treat with seasonal specials that are available now through Dec. 31. Indulge in 1.5 pounds of snow crab legs and two sides for $25.99, or add a pound of snow crab legs to any entree for an extra $11.99. Sip the new Merry Berry Margarita (Patrón Silver, Patrón Citrónge and mixed berry flavors topped with a blackberry, mint and sugar rim) for $8.99 or the Basil Hayden Smoked Cinnamon Old Fashion for $14.99. And then there are deals like the 6-ounce sirloin with vegetables and a side for $9.99 on Tuesdays or 1.5 pounds of snow crab legs and two sides for $19.99 on Wednesdays.
Miller’s Ale House is at 778 N. Route 59, Aurora, (630) 332-8574; 455 E. Butterfield Road, Lombard, (630) 241-3371; and 1300 N. Meacham Road, Schaumburg, millersalehouse.com/
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