Your Southport Corridor Town-House of the Day: 1157 West Newport Avenue A

Listed at $324,900 – see the full listing here.


Coalfire Pizza Menu for their Southport location

Coalfire Pizza on Southport is finally open, and here is their menu:

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A new restaurant is coming to 3335 N. Southport

B. Rose Salon made a move a few door north this summer, and we have confirmed that a restaurant is coming to their former space at 3335 N. Southport. A permit has been issued to gut the interior which is taking place now, and the general contractor is Chas Bender Co., who has built-out many restaurants including The Stray Dog, Bar Toma, Chicago Cut, Hopleaf and Flaco\’s Tacos (just to name a few).

We reached out to the new owners and they told us know that \”the concept and menu are still being developed but it will be an upscale casual neighborhood restaurant that will focus on high quality food in a comfortable and lovely atmosphere.\” The partnership of the new restaurant includes Gemini Bistro\’s Ryan O\’Donnell and The Gage\’s Billy Lawless.

The space now is completely gutted, so more to come soon!

Southport’s Taco Fest 2015 Details

Southport’s successful Taco Fest is back for 2015, and this year, it will be on Saturday and Sunday, September 19-20, from noon until 10pm (and yes, the Mexican wrestlers will be back)!

“Chicago’s hottest new festival (trust us!) is back for its third year. The glorious taco will again get the spotlight it has long deserved when the tortilla-wrapped fave is celebrated at this food and music festival that also kicks off the first official weekend of autumn.

Whether one prefers theirs with a hard or soft shell and filled with a meat, chicken, guacamole, fish or other imaginative ingredients, this September happening in the bustling Southport Corridor is a mega-hot addition to the Windy City’s food fest scene.

There will also be special beer and taco pairings, crowd-pleasing Mexican wrestlers, and visitors will be able to text-to-vote for Chicago’s “Best Taco.”

See photos from the past Taco Fests here:

Mystic Celt’s current space could be divided for up to three tenants

A new marketing brochure has hit the Internet for Mystic Celt’s current space. L3 Capital purchased the building earlier this year, and Mystic Celt is currently leasing back the space.  Currently, the space is being marketed into 1, 2 and 3 different sections depending on the tenant(s) interested.

See the full listing from Cushman & Wakefield here.

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