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  1. Nando's U.S. CEO Clucks About Chicago ExpansionRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Eater

    Despite frigid temperatures, Chicago's hot food scene and love for all things spicy was what grabbed the attention of management from Nando's Peri Peri . , in Chicago last week to meet with city officials, sat down with Eater before flying the coop to talk expansion.

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  2. 25 Years In, Rick Bayless' Topolobambo Is Still Changing Perceptions of Mexican CuisineRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Eater

    The iconic chef's original concept, Bayless talks about the first ideas, how he got the space, how the menu evolved and more. It's Friday at 4:30 p.m. on an unseasonably cold late-fall day, even for Chicago.

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  3. Paul McGee Exiting Lettuce Entertain You, Next Move UnknownRead the original story

    Monday | Eater

    Known for his work at Three Dots and a Dash and The Whistler, McGee's last day with LEYE is December 1. One of Chicago's most decorated and beloved cocktailers, Paul McGee , is exiting Chicago's largest restaurant group. McGee , who opened Three Dots and a Dash in July 2013 to universal acclaim and lines around the block, is leaving parent company Lettuce Entertain You on December 1 .

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  4. Second Good Stuff Eatery Coming; Il Coniglio Has a Location; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Eater

    In addition to Spike Mendelsohn's burger restaurant Good Stuff Eatery opening its first Chicago location next month , Crain's reports that a second spot is being planned in the New City development near Lincoln Park. It's targeting a late summer 2015 opening and capacity is expected to hold about 70 diners, with a small patio seating between 24 and 32. [ Crain's ] , has found a home in the West Loop and is planning to open by the end of next summer.

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  5. Doughnut Vault West Loop Now Open; Blaze Pizza Expands to Skokie; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Eater

    Featuring 22 seats, the new location will serve six varieties of their old fashioned doughnut as well as a daily rotating special . They will be open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. [EaterWire] is now open in the Westfield Old Orchard Mall.

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  6. Pops For Champagne Plans to Burst Into Wicker Park With Spanish Wine BarRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Eater

    The team behind Pops For Champagne is gunning to open a new Spanish wine bar mid- to late-first quarter next year in Wicker Park . The project's name, Bom Bolla , is derived from the Catalonian word, bombolla, which means "bubble."

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  7. Where to Eat at Chicago Midway International AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Eater

    It's that time of the year again for everybody's most dreaded activity: flying. With that in mind, it's time to re-run the Airport Dining Guides so you don't have to starve while waiting for your flight.

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  8. Goddess and Grocer Returning to Gold Coast; Detroit's Sweet Lorraine's Eyes Chicago; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Eater

    Late January will mark the opening of a new Goddess and Grocer inside the old HomeMade Pizza Co. space at 1127 N. State St .

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  9. Sources: Scofflaw Group Planning Logan Square Tiki BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Eater

    When Paul McGee was asked in July whether he restarted a tiki trend with Three Dots and a Dash , the LEYE cocktail guru said " n ." McGee was indeed a soothsayer, as sources within the Scofflaw Group tell Eater that the people behind two of the most popular bars in town, Scofflaw and Slippery Slope , are planning a tiki bar of their own .

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  10. Stan's Donuts Streeterville; The Slide Ride's Fry Dive; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Eater

    The second Stan's Donuts and Coffee started slinging doughnuts and coffee in the Northwestern Hospital Building this morning. The space and menu are nearly identical to the first Chicago outpost in Wicker Park .

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  11. Chicago's Largest La Colombe Cafe Opens in AndersonvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Eater

    Andersonville is now home to the largest La Colombe cafe in Chicago. Opening at 7 a.m. this morning, the new artisan coffee shop at Clark and Foster has an open front room with window seating and a long communal table, a center coffee bar, and a more secluded back room.

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  12. Hopsmith Tavern Aims to Bring 'Anti-Club' Vibe to Rush & DivisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Eater

    The owners of the Hopsmith Tavern have gutted the two-level former home of the Snuggery in hopes of bringing an "anti-club" concept to Rush and Division. The project , slated for a mid-December opening at 15 W. Division St. , will be "the most food-centric establishment" of the eight in the Big Onion Tavern Group portfolio, partner Erik Baylis said.

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  13. Full List Revealed: Chicago's Michelin Winners Are GraceRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Eater

    Michelin promoted Grace to it's highest rating of three stars, making it just one of two Chicago restaurants to hold that honor. The Red Guide also awarded two stars to 42 Grams, a BYO tasting menu spot.

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  14. Curtis Duffy's Grace Awarded Three Michelin StarsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Eater

    Here's a big win for Second City dining: Chicago is now home to yet another one of the world's best restaurant's, the Michelin Guide will declare today. Grace , chef Curtis Duffy's not quite two-year old tasting menu venue, has been awarded three stars by the Red Guide, according to Chicago Tribune reporter Kevin Pang, who posted celebrations from within the Grace kitchen and then announced on Twitter .

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  15. The Peri Peri Chicken is Coming: Nando's and Fat Rice Planning Chicago AssaultsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Eater

    The worldwide chain has two Chicago locations in the works while Fat Rice chef Abraham Conlon says he has plans of his own. With the fried chicken boom already in full swing in Chicago, is peri peri chicken the next big thing in fowl? South African chain Nando's Peri-Peri thinks so, as it's planning two locations in Chicago, according to Chicago Real Estate Daily .

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  16. Following Trademarking, Mallrats to Get Their Wonut Fix at Water Tower PlaceRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | Eater

    The owner of Waffles Cafe , the Chicago restaurant which created the donut-waffle combo, the " wonut ," has trademarked the term in hopes of expanding his operation. The first phase of that expansion is a kiosk planned for a Nov. 25 opening on the ground floor of Water Tower Place .

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  17. South Side Sausage Shack Jim's Original Closes in RoselandRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | Eater

    CTA expansion forced the shutter, reports DNAinfo. The 24-hour fast-food stand on the South Side in Roseland served up Maxwell Street Polishes, pork chop sandwiches and other Chicago treats.

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  18. Lucas Museum Design Unveiled; Chicago Spire is History; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Eater

    And now the latest from Curbed Chicago , covering everything you need to know about the city's neighborhoods and real estate.

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  19. mfk Taking Reservations; Marcus Samuelsson Events This Weekend; Umami's Pumpkin Latte BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Eater

    Most of the 28 seats inside the quaint mfk are now available for reservation via the restaurant 's phone line. Two tables and the bar will still be held for walk-ins.

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  20. Welcome to the Jungle: Line Grows As Chicago's First Shake Shack OpensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Eater

    There was something about the area near Rush and Ohio, where on Tuesday morning Chicagoans saw the city's first Shake Shack open. Although it wasn't quite Hot Doug's -esque, crowds of excited Chicagoans hit the pavement outside 66 E. Ohio St. About 120 people lined up before the restaurant opened for the first taste of what Shake Shack offers.

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