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J.P. Graziano Goes Local; Three Aces Duck Burger; Pastoral Artisan's Producer Festival

WEST LOOP—In addition to soon adding a 24-seat sidewalk patio, J.P. Graziano has reached out to local bakers, butchers and farmers, like Crumb, Butcher & Larder and Seedling Farms, to beef up its sandwich, salad and antipasti offerings. [Tasting Table]

TAYLOR STREETThree Aces will team with ManBQue April 21 to feature the "Death From Above" duck burger topped with a duck egg, bourbon prune jam and apple-spiced coleslaw. Toss in duck-fat fries and a New Holland brew for $20 and you've got a meal. [EaterWire]

WEST LOOPPastoral Artisan will hold its first-ever Artisan Producer Festival on April 30 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Chicago French Market. Guests can mingle with and taste samples from 35 craft producers, including Prairie Fruits Farm, Zingerman's Creamery, DAS Caramelini, Half Acre Beer, Salumeria Biellese and Bill Kurtis from Tallgrass Beef Company. Parking for the free event will only cost $6. [EaterWire]

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