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  1. Explore Merchant, Logan Square's New Spot For Fried Rice Arancini and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Eater

    Note: A rep emailed and wrote that Merchant will open at 10 p.m. today to the general public for a preview. Residents came to know Dunlay's on the Square for 13 years as a dependable spot to gather right near the Logan Square monument.

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  2. McDonald's Switches Salad Blend After Foodborne Illness Outbreaks in Chicagoland and IowaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | Eater

    McDonald's is in the process of switching the lettuce blends used in its salads at 3,000 of its Midwestern locations following an intestinal illness outbreak that affected 90 people in the Chicago area and another 15 in Iowa . The Illinois health department began seeing cases develop in mid-May, as about a quarter of the Cook County victims reported eating a McDonald's salad before suffering from cyclosporiasis, an intestinal malady caused by a parasite.

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  3. Charcuterie Champ West Loop Salumi Returns as Salumi ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Eater

    Last April , Greg Laketek -founder of beloved charcuterie seller West Loop Salumi-abruptly shuttered his small retail space on Randolph Street after five years of preserved protein production. And beginning late-July, he'll rev up salumi-making under his new brand Salumi Chicago , For both concepts, Laketek has partnered with Joel Janecek whose background is in finance, making him somewhat of a newbie to the hospitality industry.

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  4. Inside The Mag Mile's Stylish New Brasserie Backed By Michelin-Starred ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Eater

    The new restaurant inside the St. Jane Chicago hotel opens on Monday with big-time talent inside the former Hard Rock Hotel space. Free Rein serves modern Midwestern fare with French influences from Aaron Lirette, the chef who turned Streeterville's now-shuttered GreenRiver cocktail lounge into an eatery worthy of a Michelin star .

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  5. A 46-Year-Old Polish Restaurant Relic is Closing on the Northwest SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Eater

    Ownership of the restaurant, known for its gut-busting buffet, paczki, and bright interior, told the Norridge-Harwood Heights News that he's shuttering the restaurant for health reasons. The chain PDQ plans to take over and demolish the iconic space at 4750 N. Harlem Avenue in hopes to open there by the end of the year.

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  6. Logan Square's Replacement for Dunlay's Opens on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Eater

    Merchant Chicago , the replacement for Dunlay's on the Square , opens on Saturday near the Logan Square monument . It's a neighborhood restaurant whose owners want to bring a more youthful energy into the space at 3137 W. Logan Boulevard.

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  7. Sleek West Loop Sushi Restaurant Debuts Today With a Korean TouchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Eater

    Chicago's sushi scene could be getting a giant upgrade starting tonight when Omakase Yume begins serving its Korean-style sushi from an intimate eight-seat space in the West Loop. South Korean immigrant Sangtae Park has prepared sushi for 27 years in his native country and at his adopted home.

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  8. Acclaimed Brewery Solemn Oath Plans to Open a Logan Square LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Eater

    Chicago-area breweries continue to make themselves comfortable in Logan Square as Solemn Oath Brewery has plans to open what could be the neighborhood's seventh brewery taproom. There's a public notice sign posted on a building at 1955 N. Richmond Street announcing the suburban brewery's intentions.

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  9. What's on the Menu at Beatnik's New Riverside Restaurant in the LoopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Eater

    Many Chicagoans love to eat outdoors when the weather allows them, and that presents a set of challenges for the owners of Cafe Bonhomme , the new patio/cafe combo that opened on Monday at 180 N. Wacker Drive . These restaurants are spin-offs of Beatnik , the uber-popular Eater Award-winning West Town restaurant and bar that mixes a unique patio, bohemian vibes, and a sceney atmosphere.

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  10. Chicago's Most Acclaimed Korean Barbecue To Open Modern Location Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Eater

    Chicago's Korean barbecue scene may not be as nationally recognized as LA's or New York's, but for the last 26 years, San Soo Gab San has been the city's most acclaimed . The family-owned restaurant on Monday embarks on a new chapter with the opening of San Soo Korean BBQ .

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  11. World-Famous Bonci Unveils Breakfast Pizzas and Delivery in Wicker Park and West LoopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Eater

    Bonci , the Roman import with two Chicago locations - the only two outside of Europe - has a few new changes for fans of pizza al taglio . The West Loop location has debuted a rotating selection of breakfast pizzas served every morning.

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  12. Humboldt Park's Getting a Massive Latin American Fusion Restaurant and Rum BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | Eater

    The owners of Radio Rumba want to transform Humboldt Park's Paseo Boricua with a multi-faceted project that includes a restaurant, club, rum distillery, hotel, and music venue. The complex intends to celebrate Caribbean culture with nods to 1930s Havana.

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  13. The Loop Gets an Eater Award-Winning Riverside Bar and Cafe SpinoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | Eater

    After a two-month sabbatical along the Chicago River, an Eater Award-winning bar and restaurant with a standout patio is now open in the former Pearl Brasserie space in the Loop. Cafe Bonhomme and Beatnik on the River opened Monday from Bonhomme Hospitality Group at 180 N. Upper Wacker Drive.

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  14. The West Loop Gets a Reservation-Only $125 Omakase Sushi Restaurant This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | Eater

    A chef who's worked at Chicago sushi stalwarts Mirai and Japonais will open an intimate eight-seat restaurant this week to serve only a 17-course $125 omakase menu. Omakase Yume is opening on Wednesday at 651 W. Washington Boulevard in the West Loop.

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  15. Uptown's Vegan-Friendly Detroit-Style Pizzeria Expands to Full-Service RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | Eater

    What started as a carry-out spot for a ex-Detroiter to showcase square-cut, caramelized Motor City-style pizza has evolved into a full-service restaurant in Uptown. Longacre officially launches its new dining room with expanded menu with pastas and plenty of vegan options.

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  16. A Critic Thinks One of Chicago's Best Chinese Restaurants is in GreektownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | Eater

    Mike Sula embraces the heat at new Hunanese spot Sizzling Pot King. The region's cooking, "generally regarded as spicier and brighter than Sichuanese food," includes a "marvelous" platter of "Chef's Magic Tofu" and iconic Wuhang hot-dry noodles.

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  17. Embattled Holiday Club Goes Into Damage Control, Plans Immigrant FundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | Eater

    There's no reassurance that co-owner Peter Malek will "resign" from his position after last week's racist social media meltdown , but the North Side bar is hosting a fundraiser for RAICES , a group the helps migrant families: "Holiday Club Has always supported and celebrated a culture of diversity and inclusion," reads the Facebook event page . Malek made controversial posts support President Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy that has separated families.

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  18. A Northwest Side Tavern That's Been Around Since 1915 Reopens in Portage ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Eater

    Fischman Liquors, a packaged goods store that endured for nearly eight decades, is ready to launch a new chapter at a new location . Fischman moved from Jefferson Park to Portage Park in November with only the liquor store portion open for the last eight months.

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  19. Mott St's Burger-Focused Spin-off Opens Thursday in Logan SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | Eater

    Starting on Thursday, fans of Mott St 's juicy double-stacked burger will no longer be dependent on the West Town restaurant . A spin-off dedicated to serving the burger, Mini Mott , opens in two days in the former Jam space at 3057 W. Logan Boulevard Logan Square.

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  20. Texas Sushi Chef With Michelin Dreams Reveals Location For Chicago RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | Eater

    The Logan Square location for Austin, Texas sushi chef Otto Phan's Chicago restaurant has been revealed. The new restaurant, which still lacks a name, will move into the vacant space at 2507 W. Armitage Avenue, according to a liquor license application.

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