UPTOWN — On Wednesday, Ceres' Table won its third serving of Bib Gourmand honors in Michelin's 2013 guide to Chicago restaurants.
Bib Gourmand restaurants offer "good cuisine at a reasonable price," which means two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less, according to the Michelin website.
Ceres' Table, owned by chef Giuseppe Scurato and his wife Carolyn, also won the honor in 2011 and 2012. The family owned restaurant serves contemporary American food with Italian and Sicilian influences. It opened in 2009.
Michelin awarded 64 Chicago restaurants with the Bib Gourmand designation this year, and announced the news a week before the full Chicago guide to restaurants is scheduled for release.
There are 19 new entries. Several establishments, however, were excluded this time around, including Hopleaf in Andersonville.