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Rosh Hashanah Dining Guide

Rosh Hashanah Dining Guide     Rosh Hashanah is just about her, beckoning the Jewish New Year celebrations from September 24 through September 26, and Chicago restaurants aren’t sleeping on the opportunity to celebrate.   Beatrix: Since Rosh Hashanah is all about welcoming a “sweet new year,” honey and apples are paramount. Get thee to […]

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Sep 17, 2014 05:32 AM
News, Kung Fu Tea Restaurant: First Taste:

Kung Fu Tea: Here’s a secret: I love bubble tea more than pretty much anything. I would be to absurd lengths to acquire a solid cup of bubble tea, laden with an embarrassment of chewy tapioca pearls and filled to the brim with creamy milk tea. So it was with much excitement that I discovered Kung […]

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Sep 16, 2014 11:13 AM
Weekday Planner: Sicilian Wine Dinner, The Violet Hour Alumnae Takeover, Moules Fest, Lone Wolf Guest Pie

Sicilian Wine Dinner   Sicilian Wine Dinner Plane fare to Sicily may be tricky to finagle, but at least you can close your eyes, sip, and pretend you’re there at Piccolo Sogno Due. Chef Tony Priolo and co. are hosting Silvio di Silvio, the North American Director of Donnafugata winery for a special Sicilian wine dinner […]

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Sep 16, 2014 03:05 AM
Endgrain
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Endgrain

It's a family affair as brothers Enoch Simpson and Caleb Simpson collaborate on this ambitious restaurant project in Roscoe Village. Enoch may not be a familiar name to many, but he's worked in several of Chicago's most celebrated restaurants, including Stephanie Izard's first restaurant, Scylla, plus Girl and the Goat, Green Zebra and Nightwood.

Endgrain is Enoch's opportunity to shine and showcase some of his best creations, including the drool-worthy bacon butterscotch doughnuts he made famous at Nightwood. Savory bites will include homey items like a fried chicken biscuit sandwich and beef short rib pot pie. The chef plans to source local ingredients whenever possible from the likes of Slagel Family Farms, Seedlings, Nichols and Kilgus Farms.

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Address: 1851 W. Addison St. , Chicago, IL 60613

Neighborhood: North Center

Region: Chicago North

County: Cook

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