A Little Tude With Your Food

USA Today

has a piece on the snippy side to Chicago dining and some with flair.  Those who
love dinner theater will find Chicago’s Improv Kitchen a real winner, where they place a
camera and a microphone at each table for actors to see restaurant patrons.  This allows guests to give improv
suggestions that tickle their fancy.  Other dining spots like Ed Debevic’s allow the wait staff to snap gum
while impatiently taking your order.  Though I’m not wild about a camera being placed on my table (I’m
typically a little klutzy with those things around), I do find letting the staff give off a little
attitude enticing.