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  1. Cantina de la Granja Readies for Spring; Dive Bar Slinging Rum Next Month; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday | Eater

    Construction continues at the site of Cantina de la Granja at 5025 N. Clark St. The owners, the team behind Crew and Sofo Tap , expect to open the farm-to-table Mexican restaurant in the spring. [ EaterWire ] BOYSTOWN- Dive Bar , the nautical-themed establishment from the owners of Minibar and mEAT , could open in mid-January at 3445 N. Halsted St. The bar was supposed to open in November, but will boast one of the largest rum selections in town.

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  2. Take A Look At Velvet Taco's Chicago MenuRead the original story

    Wednesday | Eater

    Velvet Taco's arrival in Chicago took another step, as the Texas-based chain has begun hiring for its State Street location. However, the wait for Velvet's unique tacos like the crisp tikka chicken and Texas burger will last a few more months.

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  3. BreakRoom, Baderbrau Means Hops Spring Eternal for Chicago's North & South SidesRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Eater

    BreakRoom Brewery aims to begin pouring in January at 2925 W. Montrose Ave. in Albany Park, according to DNA Info . First announced in October 2013, the plan was to open in January 2014.

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  4. More South Loop Suds: Motor Row Brewing Opening in mid-JanuaryRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Eater

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel was on hand on Friday at the brewery for a ribbon cutting. Motor Row will have a taproom inside the 8,700-square-foot building at 2337 S. Michigan Ave. They've been working toward opening since 2011, and now have Jan. 14 as the opening date inside the former Federal Motor Car Co.

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  5. Graeter's Ice Cream's First Chicagoland Shop Coming This SpringRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Eater

    Graeter's Ice Cream obviously knows winter is the best time to talk ice cream in Chicago, as news hit that the Ohio-based chain will build a shop in the suburbs. They plan on arriving in April in downtown Northbrook at 1347 Shermer Road , according to the Trib .

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  6. Chicago Beer Gets Even Craftier: Baderbrau to Open Brewery in South LoopRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Eater

    Might as well put a bird on top of the Hancock Building, because Chicago continues to rival Portland when it comes to breweries. announced plans for a 25,000-square-foot brewery with a tasting room.

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  7. Next Dish a Favorite of James Beard Foundation; Jason Paskewitz's Project Gets a Name; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Eater

    's duck and foie gras ragout with duck egg and plum jus was one of their favorite dishes of 2014. The dish, which was served at Taste America: Chicago on October 17, "still haunts" the writer's taste buds.

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  8. Doughnut Boom Continues: Stan's Donuts Planned For Clark and DiverseyRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Eater

    A doughnut-less area will get some of Wicker Park's finest fried treats in the spring. Stan's Donuts and Coffee owner Rich Labriola is preparing to open his third shop in a neighborhood largely untouched by the recent doughnut boom - Labriola says he recently signed a lease to take over the shuttered Jamba Juice at 2800 N. Clark and is hoping to open in April in a space that's a little larger than his first two in Wicker Park and Streeterville.

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  9. Bottoms Up: 10 Chicago Restaurants That Don't Charge Corkage FeesRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Eater

    Despite the myth, corkage fees aren't illegal in Chicago. The city doesn't regulate corkage fees , so restaurant owners can charge customers whatever they want for bringing booze with them.

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  10. Brew With a View? Finch's Beer Co. Plans Chicago River BreweryRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Eater

    Big news from Finch's Beer Co. , as the brewery plans on opening a massive facility that will eventually grow to 80,000 square feet off the Chicago River.

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  11. An Encased Meat Is No Prisoner: Felony Franks Returning in January to Oak ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Eater

    Ketchup lovers aren't the only criminals at Felony Franks , the shuttered hot dog stand that gives felons gainful employment as they reacclimate to life out of prison. While the father-son team of Jim and Deno Andrews aimed to help those down their luck, their employees' pasts made Felony Franks a controversial subject.

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  12. Cary Taylor To Exit Big Star: The Replacement Search Is OnRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Eater

    After a little more than a year as the chef de cuisine at Big Star , Cary Taylor is leaving Wicker Park's perpetually-busy taco and whiskey hotspot . Taylor and his family are relocating to Kansas City for personal reasons.

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  13. Randolph Tavern Owner's Tapworks To Give Greektown Diners A New OptionRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Eater

    Tapworks , a new bar and restaurant from the team behind the Randolph Tavern , should open in January or February in Greektown. Owner Rachel Dennis wanted to give neighborhood diners a non-Greek option.

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  14. Fat Rice's Holiday Market; Sepia's Zimmerman Appearing on 'CBS This Morning;' MoreRead the original story

    Friday Dec 5 | Eater

    In search of a special holiday gift for a foodie? Fat Rice has your back as the Eater 38 joint hosts a Holiday Market from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Items including Fat Rice sauces, special tea blends and a limited edition, small batch brandy made in conjunction with CH Distillery will be for sale.

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  15. Restaurant Owners and Workers Sound Off On Chicago's Minimum Wage HikeRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Eater

    If the council's vote holds true, the hourly wage would rise from $8.25 to $13 by 2019. Tipped employees would see a $1 increase, from $4.95 to $5.95.

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  16. Drawing Room, Back Room Shuttering on Rush Street on NYERead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Eater

    Chicago will lose a half-century-old jazz club and a defining culinary cocktail lounge in one swoop on New Year's Eve. The Rush Street site of The Drawing Room and The Back Room will shutter on Dec. 31, likely becoming retail after the calendar flips to 2015.

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  17. 'The Taste' Tabs Izard as Judge; Pozole Festival Coming; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Eater

    Do you miss seeing Stephanie Izard on television? Fret no more, as the former "Top Chef" champ and force behind Randolph Street's Girl and the Goat and Little Goat will serve as a guest judge on Thursday night's season premiere of ABC's "The Taste." That airs at 7 p.m. Chicago time.

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  18. Sula Thinks The Kitchen is Solid; Vettel Says Juno Hasn't Missed a Beat; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Eater

    At the Kitchen Chicago , the food isn't reinventing the wheel but it's solidly executed and is aimed at "appeasing as broad a range of appetites as possible," writes Mike Sula. Most dishes are " competently done " and include pork tenderloin "showered" in chopped hard-cooked eggs, radishes and sprouts; seared duck liver and bacon lardons in gravy; and " as sweet and plump as one could hope for " Maine mussels.

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  19. How LYFE Kitchen Opened Two Successful Healthy Restaurants In One Year In ChicagoRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Eater

    Welcome back to One Year In , a feature in which Eater sits down for a chat with the chefs and owners of restaurants celebrating their one year anniversary. LYFE Kitchen officially brought its brand of fast-casual, scratch-made, low-calorie cuisine to Chicago a year ago this month.

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

    Tuesday Nov 25 | 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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