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Billy Goat Staying Put; Ramen-San Pushed Back; More

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MAGNIFICENT MILE—Fans of the cheezborgers at the longest-tenured Billy Goat Tavern can rest easy. It was reportedly in danger of being displaced by a real estate development at 430 N. Michigan, but that plan has been shelved. [Tribune]

RIVER NORTH—The Melmans are pushing back Ramen-San, their upcoming ramen spot in part of the remodeled Paris Club space, by a few days. Jerrod Melman says that instead of opening May 1, the opening date is now looking like May 10. [EaterWire]

LAKEVIEW—A new Cuban restaurant is open down the street from where a much-maligned Cuban restaurant shuttered on Broadway. Cohiba Cuban Cuisine, owned by a Mexican woman, features traditional Cuban dishes, BYOB, and live music. [DNAinfo]

LAS VEGAS—What is up with all the Chicago restaurants expanding to Vegas? Following Yusho, The Wieners Circle, and Al's Beef, the latest entry is a spot that isn't even open here yet, Mercadito Hospitality's Tippling Hall. [-ELV-]

RAMEN-SAN

59 West Hubbard Street, , IL 60654 (312) 377-9950 Visit Website

Billy Goat Tavern

1535 West Madison Street, , IL 60607 (312) 733-9132 Visit Website

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