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Sugar Fixe Showering Lincoln Park in Macarons; Chinatown Sibling Opens on Lincoln; More

BarTucci to serve Italian in Dunning and a new chicken spot opens on Elston.

Ashok Selvam is the editor of Eater Chicago and a native Chicagoan armed with more than two decades of award-winning journalism. Now covering the world of restaurants and food, his nut graphs are super nutty.

LINCOLN PARK— Sugar Fixe Macaron opened its second location—but first all-macaron spot—on Friday at 951 W. Armitage. The original location is in suburban Oak Park. [DNAInfo]

LINCOLN PARK— A sibling of Chinatown's Sweet Station quietly opened last month at the site of the former Jade East at 2511 N. Lincoln Ave. Unlike Jade, which was BYO, Sweet Station is looking to sell booze on premises, as the restaurant owner has applied for a liquor license with the city. [EaterWire]

DUNNING— BarTucci, a small family-owned Italian spot, opens Thursday on the northwest side at 3426 N. Harlem Ave. in the former Isle of Sicily space. The new joint is taking reservations on its website and UrbanDaddy has photos. [EaterWire/UrbanDaddy]

FOREST GLEN— Mother Cluckers Kitchen officially opened on Tuesday at 5200 N. Elston Ave. They'll eventually be open for breakfast, but for now it's just lunch and dinner. [DNA Info]

Sweet Station

2511 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 (312) 567-1111