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Rustic House Adds Lunch; Jam Disses Dinner; g.e.b. Puts Lunch on Hold; More

Rustic House
Rustic House
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LINCOLN PARK—Starting Sept. 6, Rustic House will add lunch service from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday with dishes like minestrone soup, quiche Lorraine, Waldorf salad, mussels frites, organic rotisserie chicken and a steak salad. Check it out, plus their revamped dinner menu. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—Sticking to what they do best, Jam has decided to discontinue dinner service, saying breakfast, lunch and brunch is their bread and butter. [Grub Street]

WEST LOOPGraham Elliot tweeted today that he'll be postponing lunch at g.e.b. until next spring. They'll continue to serve dinner nightly as well as brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. [EaterWire]

EVERYWHEREChicago Gourmet's Dine Around kicks off Sept. 1, giving people an opportunity to get free tickets to the foodie fest by dining at five participating restaurants and redeeming receipts for one-day passes. [EaterWire]

FAIRBURY, IL—Get tickets to the Sept. 15 Slagel Family Farms BYOB walk-around dinner event, featuring stations by chefs like Heather Terhune, Dean Zanella, Matt Troost, David DiGregorio and more. Tickets cost $75 (kids under 15 are free) and do not include transportation to the farm. [EaterWire]

Jam

3057 W Logan Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60647 773 292 6011

Graham Elliot

217 W Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60654 312 624 9975 Visit Website

Rustic House

1967 N Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60614 312 929 3227 Visit Website

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