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Baker & Nosh, Flight 1551, Amoremia Cucina Italiana, Heritage Bicycles General Store, More Open

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UPTOWNBaker & Nosh (1303 W. Wilson), an adorable 20-seat bakery and cafe offering artisan breads (made on site), cheeses, La Colombe coffee, Harney & Sons teas, coffee cakes, handcrafted sandwiches and soup, flatbreads, salumi and more opened on Monday. Owner Bill Millholland, a seven-year veteran of Le Cordon Bleu, plans to offer hands-on baking classes in the late spring, when they also hope to open a 20-seat patio in the adjacent fenced-in courtyard. And yes, they have free Wi-Fi so go say hi. [EaterWire]

OLD TOWN—When you want a grilled cheese flight paired with one of 51 wines by the glass or one poured from the special 24-bottle wine tapping system, hit Flight 1551, an sexy wine bar on Wells Street, open now. [Urban Daddy]

IRVING PARK—Offering a menu reflective of various regions around Italy, Amoremia Cucina Italiana opened at 3824 N. Kedzie with chef Moises Viadurre and pastry chef Francesca Barsellotti manning the kitchen. [EaterWire]

LAKEVIEWHeritage Bicycles General Store, with Stumptown Coffee, Southport Grocery pastries, Mast Bros. chocolates and a great selection of vintage bikes, is a pretty sweet idea and ">open now. [Daily Candy]

LOOPNative Foods Cafe, a chef-driven vegan restaurant, has opened its third Chicago location at 218 S. Clark. [EaterWire]

LAKEVIEWOsteria di Pizza Metro (2863 N. Clark) is now serving Roman-style square pizza in an intimate BYO spot. [EaterWire]

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