If you have been meaning to check out chef Jeffrey Mauro's dinner service at Jam but have been putting it off, you may want to rethink your plans: Jam will stop offering dinner on Oct. 30. Don't worry, it should be back in the spring.
The restaurant, owned by Jerry Suqi (Chickpea), will cease serving its $25 prix-fixe meal when Green City Market heads indoors for the winter. According to a release, "Chef Mauro’s Market Dinners are defined by provenance and seasonality," and since Chicago's ability to truly source local ingredients more or less comes to a halt when the first frost hits, Jam is going back to a breakfast-and-lunch-only spot.
· Jam Dinner Service on Hiatus Until Spring [TOC]
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