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Tofu Coming to Chipotle; Sophie's Coming to Sak's; More

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CHICAGOLAND—Chipotle is rolling out sofritas, organic shredded tofu braised with chipotle chilies and roasted poblanos, in all 83 area locations starting October 21. The filling will be available in tacos, burritos, salads, and bowls. [Grid]

MAGNIFICENT MILE—Sak's has finalized plans for a new restaurant coming to the Michigan Avenue department store in January. Sophie's will be on the seventh floor and serve "globally influenced food and drink" in a menu designed by chef Alexandro Reyes. [Crain's]

LINCOLN PARK—Spicy Monkey Soup Company, which was only in the French Market previously, has opened a location at 2204 N Clybourn near Webster Place. Lunch is available now and dinner service will begin soon. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—Try not to cry, but patio season is just about over. Send it off in style at Parson's Chicken & Fish's patio party, this Sunday from 2-6 p.m. They're roasting goats on an outdoor spit and pairing them with Solemn Oath brews, debuting a new slushie, holding a ping pong tournament, and spinning some chooglin. [EaterWire]
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