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  1. Here's Where Chicago's First Wahlburgers Will OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Eater

    River Northers won't get their baby back ribs back, but they will get some Wahlburgers . A spokesperson for the Wahlberg family burger chain confirms the location of the city of Chicago's first Wahlburgers restaurant: the former Chili's at 2 E. Ontario Street on the corner of State Street.

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  2. Behold the Downtown Views From the New Terrace Bar Inside the Peninsula HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Eater

    The Peninsula Chicago management seeks to give Chicagoans a swanky new terrace lounge with Z Bar , the new bar opening this afternoon on the hotel's sixth floor. It's a lesson in luxury with new views of the Mag Mile, decadent drinks with ingredients like 24-karat edible gold flakes, and fancy cocktail carts serving patrons throughout a 131-seat space.

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  3. The Peninsula Chicago's Luxurious New Rooftop Bar Debuts on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Eater

    The Peninsula Chicago hotel's new rooftop bar with luxurious cocktails and views of the skyline and Lake Michigan, opens on Monday. Z Bar will feature Manhattans made with 24-karat gold flakes, a sharable drink served out of a real disco ball, and tater tot-like fried fritters filled with bone marrow and Bordelaise.

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  4. Chicagoans Can Now Dine on Sidewalk Patios in the Middle of WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Eater

    Chicagoans will now be able to dine outdoors in the middle of winter at their favorite sidewalk patios now that the city council has altered its policy that only allowed restaurant and bars to open its patios from March 1 through December 1. Aldermen approved the measure on Tuesday giving restaurant and bar owners an extra three months of patio season from December though February. The rule affects the more than 1,200 Chicago establishments with patios on public sidewalks, according to a city news release.

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  5. Inside Andersonville's New Palace of Carbs From a Fine Dining Pastry ChefRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Eater

    Next week, a pastry chef who's worked at a couple of Michelin-starred restaurants opens a temple of carbs in Andersonville . Bobby Schaffer will feature fresh breads, croissants, chocolates, and sandwiches at Lost Larson when it opens on Wednesday at 5318 N. Clark Street.

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  6. A Massive Patio Taqueria With Pop Rocks-topped Churros Arrives in West TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Eater

    The sunshine's providing perfect patio weather in Chicago, making it great day for one of West Town's oldest patios to reopen. The Gringo has taken over the Grandview Tavern space at 1202 W. Grand Avenue, serving tacos and Pop Rocks-topped churros on a 80-seat private back patio.

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  7. Ex-Grace Pastry Chef Unleashes New Andersonville Bakery Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 4 | Eater

    Pastry chef Bobby Schaffer has traded his world of plated desserts at fine dining restaurants for the life of running his own neighborhood bakery and cafe . Schaffer, the former executive pastry chef at Grace, will soon open Lost Larson and share his love of European-style breads with Andersonville.

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  8. Explore the Meaty Scenes From Chicago's Inaugural Italian Beef FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | Eater

    Chicagoans attempted to cool off this Memorial Day weekend at the first-ever Italian Beef Festival as the event brought together the sandwich's three famed forefathers . The scene was chill on Saturday afternoon inside Revolution Brewing 's Avondale taproom.

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  9. Chicago's Four Corners Plans To Open More Federales Across the City and U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Eater

    If the bar and restaurant company formerly known as Four Corners Tavern Group has its way, patrons in Miami, Nashville, Austin, Texas, and Las Vegas will soon feel the exhilaration of throwing empty shot glasses of tequila at a bell. That's the bro tradition at Federales in Fulton Market and Four Corners has announced plans to open multiple locations across the city and country.

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  10. The 10 Essential Japanese Restaurants in ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Eater

    Between fresh fish, strong whiskies, and from-scratch noodles, there's much to love about Japanese dining - and luckily for Chicagoans, the city is now seeing some of its most exciting takes on the cuisine yet.

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  11. Mexique, Chef Carlos Gaytan's Pioneering Mexican-French Restaurant, Has ClosedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2018 | Eater

    Mexique , chef Carlos Gaytan's pioneering West Town restaurant that fused Mexican and French cuisine, closed over the weekend ending a 10-year run. The restaurant was empty on Saturday, and diners who had reservations arrived only to find the restaurant's doors locked.

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  12. Two South Side Brewpubs Will Unleash Four Original Rainbow Cone-Inspired BeersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2018 | Eater

    Popular South Side brewpubs Open Outcry Brewing Company and Horse Thief Hollow Brewing Co. will release a flight of four beers in flavors inspired by the four ice cream flavors of legendary South Side shop Original Rainbow Cone : Palmer House APA, orange milkshake IPA, strawberry imperial stout, and pistachio brown ale.

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  13. Former Opart Thai Chef Taking Over Lincoln Square RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2018 | Eater

    Last week, Opart Thai House closed its original location after 34 years in Lincoln Square, but customers should soon be able to try a similar menu thanks to a replacement restaurant. One of the restaurant's longtime chefs, a worker who's good friends with Opart co-founder Mookda Punmit, will open Green Leaf Thai Cuisine hopefully later this month at 4658 N. Lincoln Avenue.

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  14. Witchy Fleetwood Mac Pop-Up Bar Debuts in Chicago With a Tarot ReaderRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2018 | Eater

    Chicagoans could be described as folks who're perpetually looking forward to spring, and that's one of the themes behind the new Fleetwood Mac pop-up that debuted over the weekend at the Rookery in West Town . Fleetwood Mac is a band that's been around since 1967 and known for songs such as Go Your Own Way and Don't Stop .

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  15. Summer Mecca Parson's Chicken & Fish Unleashes its Massive Expansion in LoganRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Eater

    Just last week, Chicagoans were whining about the unseasonably chilly temperatures. But that's now in the rear-view mirror and the owners of Parson's Chicken & Fish in Logan Square are capitalizing on the warmer vibes.

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  16. Andersonville's Dazzling Korean-Italian Combo, Passerotto, Opens on ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Eater

    Passerotto , the genre-shattering restaurant that combines Korean and Italian cuisine, will debut to the public this week in Andersonville. Chef/owner Jennifer Kim will open one of the most unique restaurants in town on Thursday.

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  17. Claridge House Replaces Hotel Indigo, New Eatery En RouteRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | Eater

    Parent company Oxford Hotels & Resorts has announced plans to rebrand the Gold Coast's Hotel Indigo into Claridge House . Currently undergoing a $9 million facelift, when the property debuts late May, it will house a new restaurant and bar: Juniper Spirits & Oysters .

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  18. Casual French Rooftop Dining Is Coming to Roscoe VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2018 | Eater

    Roscoe Village is getting a restaurant featuring cuisine from southern France. Slated to open this summer, Le Sud is a new restaurant featuring food from chef Andy Motto, last seen in suburban Evanston at Quince, a restaurant that closed in 2015 .

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  19. Gold Coast Boutique's New Restaurant Wants To Feed 'Ladies Who Lunch'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2018 | Eater

    Chicagoans are getting more accustomed in mixing shopping with dining and a new Gold Coast boutique is adding a 40-seat restaurant for its chic customers. Over the last eight years, Space 519 has sold designer apparel, house furnishings, and accessories as part of the 900 North Michigan Shops.

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  20. The Alley, Chicago's Iconic Punk and Goth Store, Now Serves Waffle Pops and CoffeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2018 | Eater

    If the rest of the area surrounding Wrigley Field can get a facelift, why can't one of the neighborhood's former icons get one, too ? Starting today, The Alley - the store that sells punk and goth clothing and other items - is serving Dark Matter coffee, waffle pops, and pizza slices at its new location at 3221 N. Clark Street. That's right across the street from the store's iconic original spot and a few blocks south of the home of the Cubs.

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