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The Le Pain Quotidiens are Coming; Milt's Named Country's Best Kosher Restaurant; More

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WEST LOOP/LINCOLN PARK/GOLD COAST—Brace yourself for a barrage of Le Pain Quotidien openings. Crain's reports that three locations of the New York-based chain are already in the works (1000 W. Armitage, 135 N. Clinton, 10 E. Delaware), and that's only the "first wave." They hope to have double-digit locations here in the next two years. [Crain's]

LAKEVIEW—Joy of Kosher magazine named Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed 2013's best kosher restaurant in the country. It opened on Broadway about a year ago. [Joy of Kosher]

MILLENNIUM PARK—Although tickets for the 17th Jean Banchet Awards tomorrow night are unavailable, you can still attend the night portion of the Grand Chefs Gala. Taste treats from some of Chicago's best pastry chefs and bartenders and hit the dance floor from 9:30-midnight for $100. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—Table, Donkey and Stick is venturing into tasting menu territory. Chef Scott Manley is cooking a $45 five-course menu and a $70 eight-course menu, including dishes like fried beet ravioli and tea-cured fluke. [EaterWire]

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