Southport’s Taco Fest coming back in 2021

A $10 suggested donation benefits the Friends of Lakeview

Lakeview’s Sam Adam’s Taco Fest is scheduled this year Sat, September 18, 2021 thru Sun, September 19, 2021 -11:00 AM to 10:00 PM!

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Southport’s Low-Line Market returns June 3, 2021

The Low-Line Market, a weekly farmers market under the Brown Line tracks in the Southport Corridor, is returning in June with new vendors.

The Low-Line Market is coming back this season on Thursdays, starting June 3 – October 28.

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YogaSix coming to 3204 N. Southport Avenue

YogaSix, a national Yoga franchise Studio is joining SpaDerma at 3204 N. Southport Avenue this Fall.

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M2 Boutique has lost their lease

Sad news for all M2 Boutique fans. The store has lost their lease and is closing on the Southport Corridor. M2 has been a staple of Southport for years, and will very much be missed.

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Guthries Tavern is reopening

Guthries Tavern, which closed last year due to the pandemic, is coming back under new ownership

Some good news in 2021, Guthries Tavern is coming back under new ownership!

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Southport Lanes may not be coming back after all (Update: It’s not)

In January, news outlets reported the spring return of Southport Lanes after closing in September, 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We have reached out to Southport Lanes, as well as the commercial real estate sector and we are hearing that it is a slim chance that Southport Lanes will be coming back. The listing from Mid-America Commercial Real Estate has recently been updated as well this past month, which never is a good sign of a comeback.

See the brochure after the jump.

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