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Ramen-San Opens Double-Decker Location In Lincoln Park
The two-story Halsted Street spot is the hip-hop noodle shop's fourth location in Chicago.
Ramen-San, Sushi-San Opening In Lincoln Park Next Year, Lettuce Entertain You Announces
This will be the fourth Ramen-san location in Chicago, following restaurants in Streeterville, Fulton Market and River North. Sushi-san has locations in River North and the Willis Tower.
Quality Crab And Oyster Bah Closing In Lincoln Park As Lettuce Entertain You Plans Replacement
Quality Crab and Oyster Bah, along with its sister businesses the Gin Commission and Crab Cellar, will all close by Dec. 3.
Lettuce Entertain You To Open 2 Restaurants Inside Jeanne Gang’s 101-Story St. Regis Building Next Spring
One of the restaurants will be Japanese and the other a Tuscan steakhouse, a spokesperson said.
Move Over, Soho House, A New Members-Only Club Is Coming To Chicago
Tao Group Hospitality and Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants are joining forces to open an exclusive member's club next year in River North.
Customer Sues Lettuce Entertain You After Finding ‘Deceptive’ 24-Cent Pandemic Fee On His Check
The restaurant group implemented the 3 percent fee in 2020 because of "unanticipated costs." A Do-Rite Donuts & Chicken customer alleges it is a way for the company to boost revenue.
Beatrix Restaurant Opens In The Loop With Weekday Happy Hours
It's Lettuce Entertain You's fifth Beatrix location in the Chicagoland area.
Manhandler Saloon Could Become Apartments And Home To A New Restaurant
A major restaurant group said it's interested in opening in the development, which would bring another eatery to a busy stretch of Halsted Street.