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Hotel Replacing Giordano's on Rush?; Da Lobsta Turns One; More

GOLD COAST—Though Giordano's has announced a sizable expansion of late, the building that houses their Rush Street location will soon be replaced by a new hotel, Curbed reports. Official word of the restaurant's fate is yet to be seen. [-CCHI- via CRED]

GOLD COAST—January marks the one-year anniversary of Da Lobsta's Gold Coast location (the second in the Chicago French Market opened this past fall). Stop in and order up one of their signature lobster rolls to celebrate. [EaterWire]

BENSENVILLE—The National Fisheries Institute has found its new chairman in Fortune Fish & Gourmet's president and CEO Sean O'Scannlain. A member of the institute since 2002, O'Scannlain will focus his efforts on getting people to add more seafood to their diet. [EaterWire]

LOOP—Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company were the first brewers to sell canned beer on January 24, 1935, and to celebrate this "Canniversary" Franklin Tap will offer twenty canned beers for $6 a piece tomorrow, Friday, January 24 from 11 a.m. until 12 a.m. [EaterWire]

Giordano's on Rush

730 N Rush St, Chicago, IL