After celebrating its 11th anniversary earlier this year, West Town Tavern revealed today that it has closed its doors. This neighborhood restaurant, beloved for its comfort food classics and fried chicken Mondays, announced its closure through a Facebook post this afternoon:
To our guests-West Town Tavern's chef and owner, Susan Goss, popularized Chicago's annual Girl Food Dinner to raise funds for the Great Chicago Food Depository along with her husband and co-owner Drew. The pair looks forward to exploring new opportunities in and beyond Chicago.
West Town Tavern has closed its doors. Thank you for all of your support, encouragement and downright love. We are proud to have been a part of Chicago's vibrant dining scene for the last eleven years and now it's time for us to explore other opportunities. Look for a change at 1329 West Chicago Avenue.
All the best,
Drew and Susan Goss
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