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  1. Daley Park Restaurant Renderings; Pop-Up Concept at Regan's Bunny; MoreRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Eater

    The renderings for Four Corners Tavern Group's upcoming restaurant inside Maggie Daley Park were unveiled last night at a meeting of the Grant Park Conservancy. Maggie's At the Park will be a glass structure that will leave the sightlines to Buckingham Fountain unobstructed.

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  2. Opening Report: Harry's Velvet Room Returns; Another Food Truck Finds a Home; MoreRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Eater

    Check out the food menu below. Status : Opening tonight. 1480 W. Webster Ave. 2) TRI-TAYLOR- La Adelita is latest food truck to go brick-and-mortar, reportedly opening Jarabe , a counter-service taco and torta spot, on Sunday.

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  3. Another 'Unique' Bowling Spot Increases New City's Food Options to 7Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Eater

    Bowling alley/night club concept is one of seven food options opening this fall at former YMCA site in Lincoln Park. A bowling alley/night club hybrid, Kings Bowl USA , is now part of the mix at the massive New City development as ownership reveals more details about the food and drink options inside the shopping center at Halsted and Clybourn.

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  4. How Three Brothers Took Celeste From Secret to Sophisticated Hotspot in One YearRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | 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. Five years ago, brothers and real estate investors Nadir, Rafid and Fadi Hindo purchased the historic three-floor building at 111 W. Hubbard St. with plans to bring on a hospitality group to implement and operate a concept.

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  5. The Chicago Coffee Index: What a Cup Costs by NeighborhoodRead the original story

    Thursday | Eater

    Coffee creates conversation, no matter where in Chicago. And lately, there's been tons of conversation in the city about the cost of coffee and the neighborhoods where these shops reside.

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  6. Heisler's Queen Mary to Offer British Sailor-Inspired Drinking on DivisionRead the original story

    Thursday | Eater

    The "rambunctious sailor's tavern" with a cocktail focus will revive a Division Street bar that's been shuttered for 40 years. For their next tavern restoration project, Heisler Hospitality's Wade McElroy and Jeff Donahue will give Chicago drinkers the opportunity to drink like British sailors in a bar that has been closed since 1975 .

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  7. Soup for You! 20 Places to Stay Warm with a Comforting BowlRead the original story

    Thursday | Eater

    With no end to winter in sight, stay warm with some of the most satisfying bowls of soup in Chicago. Whether you fancy pozole, chowder or matzah ball, escape the cold weather at one of the following spots while dreaming of better spring days.

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  8. Estelle's/Easy Bar Owner Building Bucktown Bar; World of Beer Heading to Loop; MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Eater

    Goose Island Island's Fulton Market tap room progressing; Mexican/Asian fusion in Logan Square; World of Beer in Chicago; La Columbe in the South Loop; Firefly Kitchen in Willmette. 1) BUCKTOWN- Four Entertainment Group has a bar brewing at 1910 N. Milwaukee Ave. The ownership didn't return messages requesting further details.

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  9. mfk Chef Heads to Celeste; Meet The Dawson's Fifth Chef; More ShufflesRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Eater

    After leaving hot seafood spot mfk on February 15 , chef Nick Lacasse is now working with the multi-level cocktail bar and supper club Celeste but it's unclear what his specific role his. Co-owner Nader Hindo says that "we're working and collaborating" with Lacasse and that it's "more than consulting-he'll be running the kitchen."

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  10. Detroit Chef Zack Sklar Targeting Two Chicago Projects, Beginning in River NorthRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Eater

    The River North project from Michigan-based Peas & Carrots Hospitality Group will be called Bernie's Lunch & Supper . And it will be one of two in Chicago from the expanding group helmed by chef Zack Sklar .

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  11. Chicago's Food & Drink Industry Donated $350K to Mayor Rahm EmanuelRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Eater

    It's Election Day in Chicago, and now that the city knows how influential restauranteurs are, it's time to look at where their campaign donations go. Sifting through state records shows that since 2013, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has received nearly $350,000 in campaign donations from the food and drink industry.

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  12. 21 Outstanding Coffee Shops In ChicagoRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Eater

    When you wake up in the morning, and the alarm goes off without warning, everyone needs a place where they can grab a great cup of coffee for serenity, to survive the work day, or for the extra jolt to push them through. Here are some of the best options in Chicago to grab that fix.

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  13. May Opening for Graeter's; Construction About To Start for Armour & Swift; MoreRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Eater

    Bom Bolla targets May; work continues at Jeni's Wicker Park; Peas and Carrots project gets name; Mash replaces Bad Dog. 1) NORTHBROOK- A spokesman says Ohio ice cream icon Graeter's is targeting the first week of May for the opening of its first Chicago-area shop at 1347 Sherman Road.

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  14. Opening Report: Pompei is Back on Sheffield; Banh Mi BaGet Hits Logan; MoreRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Eater

    The menu includes pizza, pasta, sandwiches, baked goods, and may utilize the walkup window. Status : Certified open.

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  15. MCA Getting a New Restaurant; Many Einstein Bagels Closing; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Eater

    The Museum of Contemporary Art is getting a new restaurant but officials haven't revealed any details on their plans for it. It's part of $60 million in changes to the MCA.

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  16. RedEye: Good Stuff Tops All Chicago Fast-Casual Burgers; The Drifter is Impressive; MoreRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Eater

    Good Stuff Eatery receives a rave review from RedEye , who says it's serving " quite possibly the best fast-casual burgers in Chicago ." The juicy patties "rival the greats" on "slightly sweet, supremely starchy and seductively soft" Martin's potato rolls.

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  17. Philippine's Largest Fast-Food Chain Jollibee Plans Suburban Chicago SpotRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Eater

    The long-rumored Chicago-area location for Jollibee , the largest fast-food chain in the Philippines, is heading to suburban Skokie. The restaurant, on the 3500 block of Touhy Avenue, would be Jollibee's first restaurant in Illinois Ownership target Chicago for its expansion plans in 2013 .

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  18. Second Punch Bowl Social Already Planned; Chef's Table at Bohemian House; MoreRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Eater

    The first Punch Bowl Social in Chicago hasn't even opened, and ownership is already gearing up for a second location in the city. They're looking at a space in "western Chicago" according to a report.

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  19. Bone Broth and Matcha Tea Trends Hit Chicago at Ramen-San and BeatrixRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Eater

    It's taken a little while, but two hot new food and health trends have finally landed in Chicago: bone broths and matcha tea. Lettuce Entertain You's Ramen-San has forms of both available, while the group's Beatrix is featuring matcha in a cookie.

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  20. Longman & Eagle Team Uniting For Food Court Inside Loop Office BuildingRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Eater

    Project includes 10 food stalls, including a rotating stall for a food truck's staff and an artisanal coffee shop. The food court inside the upcoming office building at Clark and Adams streets could be used as a laboratory for chefs testing out new concepts.

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