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Juno Opening Tonight; Julia Kramer Leaving Time Out Chicago; More

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LINCOLN PARK—Tonight's the night that Jason Chan and B.K. Park's Juno opens for real. A full menu isn't available at press time, but dishes experienced at friends and family dinners include a do-it-yourself sushi roll, oyster shooters, and a grilled king crab entree. [EaterWire]

CHICAGO—Julia Kramer, who stayed on as restaurants and bars editor after Time Out Chicago went digital and dramatically reduced staff, has announced her departure too. She'll be done in around 10 days to work at Bon Appetit. [Time Out Chicago]

WICKER PARK—French mainstay Le Bouchon is amazingly celebrating their 20th anniversary this weekend. They're holding a snout to tail dinner on Sunday ($60 with wine pairings, $40 without) and are rolling back entree prices all week to their opening year, $19.93. [EaterWire]

PILSEN—Rose season (a.k.a. summer) is almost here and Nightwood is kicking it off with their second annual Fete du Rose. Sample over 25 glass pours and chat with vendors on Sunday from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. [EaterWire]

OLD TOWN—Plum Market, the upcoming gourmet market with ZIngerman's, an Intelligentsia, and Takashi Yagihashi sushi will be delayed by construction. Originally scheduled for June 13, they're now shooting for late June. [EaterWire]
[Photo: Barry Brecheisen]

Juno

2638 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL

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