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Felony Franks Eyes Evanston; Windy City Ribfest; More

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EVANSTON—After shuttering his West Side hot dog joint, Felony Franks, a few weeks ago, owner Jim Andrews will plead his case before residents of Evanston's 2nd Ward tonight about relocating the business there. [Tribune]

UPTOWNWindy City Ribfest will take over the heart of Uptown this weekend, starting Friday at 5 p.m. at Lawrence and Broadway. Some "ribbers" on hand include Famous Dave's, Uncle Bub's and Chicago BBQ Company. [EaterWire]

GOLD COASTBar Toma introduces brunch this Sunday with dishes like the pizza primacolzione (ricotta, mascarpone and fresh fruit), Italian diner (two farm eggs in a bomba with Tamworth bacon), the Parma (two sunny side up farm eggs, ham and crispy potatoes) and, of course, brunch cocktails. [EaterWire]

LINCOLN SQUARE—Hit the Grafton (4530 N. Lincoln) tonight at 7 for a $20 Revolution beer and Providence Food & Wine tasting. [EaterWire]

The Grafton [Photo: TripAdvisor]

Bar Toma

110 E Pearson Street, Chicago, IL 312 266 3110