MK NOODLE now open

New restaurant alert!

Vietnamese restaurant MK Noodle Pho opened in early August with an expansive menu ranging from egg rolls and “doughnut shrimp” (made with taro and coconut powder) to banh mi, pho, and fried rice, according to the Tribune.

Dalgona milk tea, Vietnamese iced coffee, and other beverages are also available. 

MK Noodle Pho, 3341 N. Lincoln Avenue, Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.

This is what is coming to Goose Island in Chicago

Goose Island sits 3 miles south of Southport Avenue in Chicago
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Southport’s Sam Adams Taco Fest is September 18th and 19th, 2021

Everyone’s favorite Southport Street Fest will be back on Saturday and Sunday, September 18-19, 2021.

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Demo Permits Issued For Howard Brown Health Clinic At 3501 N. Halsted Street In Boystown

Howard Brown Health at 3501 N Halsted Street. Rendering by ArchitraveHoward Brown Health at 3501 N Halsted Street. Rendering by Architrave

From Chicago Yimby, “Demolition permits have now been issued for two single-story masonry buildings, clearing the way for a new Howard Brown Health Clinic to be located at 3501 N Halsted Street in Lake View’s Boystown neighborhood. The five-story mixed-use structure will comprise of 7,600 square feet of ground-level retail, two floors of clinic space, and three floors of Howard Brown administrative office space on the remaining levels.

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For sale: 1616 West Cullom Street #2

All the details at the link:

http://mredllc.com/smyl/myListing/?id=MTExNjk1NDc6MTg0MjQz

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Chicago Files Lawsuits Against DoorDash and Grubhub for Engaging in ‘Deceptive Business Practices’

Chicago officials say DoorDash, Grubhub mislead restaurants, customers

The city of Chicago is suing Grubhub and DoorDash alleging the delivery services “engaged in deceptive practices to prey on its affiliated restaurants.” 

NBC Chicago reports the lawsuits claim that both DoorDash and Grubhub “advertise order and delivery services from unaffiliated restaurants without their consent, leaving restaurants to repair reputational damage and resolve consumer complaints.”

According to the City of Chicago, both companies advertise delivery services for restaurants without their agreement, hurting the businesses’ reputation when customers are unhappy about the cost or service.

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There is a “Notre Dame Day at Wrigley” for the Shamrock Series game against Wisconsin

On Friday, the Chicago Cubs announced that September 24 will be “Notre Dame Day at Wrigley.” That day is the Friday before the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the Wisconsin Badgers in a Shamrock Series game at Soldier Field. The first 2000 fans to buy a ticket for the Cubs game on the 24th against the St. Louis Cardinals will receive a special Notre Dame themed Cubs hat from New Era.

In a weird (and terrible) way, this reminds me of a 2017 Cubs game against the Atlanta Braves with all of the fans of the Georgia Bulldogs in attendance — who were ready to completely takeover Notre Dame Stadium the next day.

This particular Shamrock Series game is quite different than the usual one we get from Notre Dame. Wisconsin is actually the home team here, but the Badgers will wear special all white uniforms while the Irish will wear their “Chicago but actually Green Bay” uniforms that were unveiled a few weeks ago.

From SB Nation

Former Sears store set to be replaced by six-story residential building

The mixed-use project calls for commercial space and parking topped by 207 apartments

From Urbanize Chicago, “A proposal from developer Novak Construction to redevelop the former Portage Park Sears location into a mixed-use complex won the crucial support of the Chicago Plan Commission. The $90 million project would reuse the commercial structure at 4730 W. Irving Park Road in the Six Corners shopping district, which has sat vacant since closing in July 2018.

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