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Pasteur Re-opens Tonight; Bleeding Heart at Grahamwich; Bavette's Address Revealed; More

Pasteur
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EDGEWATER—After years of being closed, French-Vietnamese restaurant Pasteur is reopening tonight with a makeover, its original chef and chef-for-hire Eric Aubriot focusing on the French side. [Urban Daddy]

RIVER NORTHBleeding Heart Bakery will take over the pastry program at Grahamwich. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTHBrendan Sodikoff's European-style steak house Bavette's Bar & Boeuf will open at 218 W. Kinzie sometime in May. [EaterWire]

ANDERSONVILLE—A few tickets have just become available for Wednesday night's sold-out bourbon dinner at Big Jones. Call 773-275-5725. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—Shuttered nouveau-Indian restaurant Treat will host a pop-up brunch on Jan. 28 at Township (2200 N. California in the former Pancho's space) between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. with Dark Matter coffee, specialty cocktails and some Treat faves like savory pancakes and saag paneer. Cash only. [Facebook]

LAKEVIEW—Apparently there was enough community support to help Pie Hole Pizza because it reopened Monday night after being shuttered by the city for not having a restaurant license and owing back taxes. [Chicago Phoenix]

Grahamwich

615 N State Street, Chicago, IL 60654 312 265 0434

Pasteur

5525 North Broadway, , IL 60640 (773) 728-4800

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