Buona, The Original Italian Beef, opened its newest location to over 1,000 new customers at 613 North McClurg Court on Saturday November 4—hundreds of whom waited in line before they opened their d
Seven years ago, Zach Weprin, his brother Josh, and longtime pal Stephan Harman—a trio with no restaurant experience—made the daring decision to open a fast-casual sushi restaurant in downtown Cinc
The first Buona restaurant opened on the edge of Chicago in 1981 as a no frills, laminate- and tile-filled space peddling the Windy City’s glorious favorites, including dragged-through-the-garden h
Buona, the original Italian beef, is uniting a city with divided loyalties, as the family-owned brand is now the official Italian beef of both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox.
Chicagoans can now prepare some Chicago's original street food in their home kitchens.
When it comes to business, Americans tend to fall in love with the new—new companies, new products, new deals.
May is National Beef Month and Buona, The Original Italian Beef, is celebrating with its second annual National Beef Day.
Buona is honored to announce its partnership with Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo to help raise funds for his foundation, the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation.
Buona is pleased to announce a three-year partnership with Chicago's Major League Baseball teams.