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Four Belly Asian Street Food Opens; Chicago Cut's $700 Dinner; More

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LAKEVIEW—Four Belly Asian Street Food, a restaurant from Nori Sushi owner Tony Kammaty, opened yesterday at 3227 N. Clark St. The menu features a variety of dishes, including ramen, robata-grilled items, frog legs, and fried caterpillar. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—High-rollers take note of the upcoming Araujo Estate Winery Dinner at Chicago Cut Steakhouse. $700 buys five courses (including A5 Wagyu striploin with garlic pomme puree, pickled Matsutake mushrooms and salsify), wine tastings, a champagne reception, and a chat with the winery's vice president. Email the restaurant for reservations. [EaterWire]

NAVY PIER—Did you miss Taste of the Nation? If so, check out photos of some of the food you didn't get to try. [Serious Eats]

BUCKTOWN—Goose & Fox, the underground supper club in a Bucktown warehouse, has scheduled two events on the next two Saturdays. Indulge in a 10-course seasonal menu on August 24 or a $30 family-style backyard barbeque on August 31. Tickets for both can be purchased here. [EaterWire]

Four Belly Asian Street Food

3227 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL

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