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High Noon Saloon Brunch; Another Cronut Sighting; More

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WICKER PARK—High Noon Saloon, which replaced People Lounge on Milwaukee Avenue in March, has expanded into brunch service. Dishes on the Saturday and Sunday day menu include hueveos benedictos, chilaquiles, and beermosas. [EaterWire]

WICKER PARK—There's another player in the faux cronut game—Alliance Bakery on Division. They're only available Fridays through Sundays, with a limit of two per person, for $5 a pop. Owner Peter Rios calls it "a basic dumb idea that's actually quite genius." [DNAinfo]

LINCOLN PARK—After recently launching an interesting brunch of its own, Homeslice is about to open its patio, "The Back Side." The grand opening is this weekend. [EaterWire]

CHAIN REACTION—There's a new challenger to wing chains Wing Stop and Buffalo Wild Wings on the way. Wing Zone, a Georgia-based chain, is opening 14 local locations by 2020. The first is coming to Bolingbrook in August. [Chicago Grid]

Homeslice

938 W Webster Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614 541 973 9797

High Noon Saloon

1560 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60622 773 227 9339 Visit Website

High Noon Saloon

1560 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL

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