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Milio's Sandwiches Coming; Chowdah Fest Tix; More

EVERYWHERE—Madison, Wis.,-based Milio's Sandwiches is planning a massive Chicago expansion. The quick-service sandwich chain plans to open 40 shops over the next five years throughout the Chicago area; no word yet on where they'll open first. The company already has 50 shops around the Midwest. [EaterWire]

ON A BOAT—Tickets for Chowdah Fest, taking place March 5 at the Columbia Yacht Club and featuring clam chowder by more than a dozen chefs including Giuseppe Tentori (GT Fish & Oyster), Susan Goss (West Town Tavern), Mark Steuer (The Bedford) and Nicole Pederson (C-House), cost $35 and are on sale now. [EaterWire]

RIVER WEST—On Monday, Feb. 6, Piccolo Sogno is hosting a Brezza wine dinner. The four-course dinner (with opening reception) costs $75 per person and can be reserved by calling 312-421-0077. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—Last month, Rewster's Cafe (3152 W. Diversey) celebrated its first anniversary and added a koi pond, indoor garden and an adjacent events space. The cafe will soon add new programming like live music, yoga classes and literary workshops. [EaterWire]

ONLINEMyWineSchool, an online interactive wine-tasting program that launched out of the Midwest Wine School by Jessica Bell, is now live and ready to educate budding oenophiles. [EaterWire]

Piccolo Sogno

464 North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60654

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