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Goddess And Grocer Coming To The West Loop This Summer

The gourmet grocer and deli will debut this summer at 911 W. Randolph St. The West Loop store will be the chain's fifth location in Chicago.

Goddess and the Grocer is set to open 911 W. Randolph St. this summer
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WEST LOOP — Goddess and Grocer is readying a shop on Restaurant Row in West Loop.

The gourmet grocer and deli will debut this summer at 911 W. Randolph St. The West Loop store, previously home to Veggie Grill, will be the chain’s fifth location in Chicago.

The location will include a walk-up window, counter seating overlooking Randolph Street and a large, dog-friendly patio on the sidewalk.

“I am excited to open in the West Loop as that is where I live now, and a two-block walk to work is a dream,” owner Debbie Sharpe said.

Sharpe opened her first Goddess and Grocer in Bucktown in 2004.

“When I lived in Bucktown, I opened the first Goddess there because I wanted a neighborhood place, and now that the West Loop is my neighborhood, I had no choice,” Sharpe said.

The West Loop location will feature long-time favorites like the California Dreaming sandwich, coconut chicken fingers as well as new dishes from a yet-to-be named chef working with Sharpe. Customers can expect pastries, house-made desserts and a full artisan coffee bar with draft coffee and kombucha. Guests will also find made-to-order breakfasts, sandwiches, an expanded salad bar and a bakery area.

The grocery store will carry artisanal goods and a wine and beer selection. Many of the products at the store will be from women makers and producers, Sharpe said.

The Goddess and Grocer has four other locations: 1649 N. Damen Ave. in Bucktown; 901 N. Larrabee Ave. in River North; 1127 N. State St. in Gold Coast; and at O’Hare Airport. 

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Goddess and the Grocer is set to open 911 W. Randolph St. this summer

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