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Evanston's New Craft Brewery and Restaurant; Sixteen's New Menu is Land Meets Water; More

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EVANSTON—After decades of no brewpubs, Evanston's craft beer scene is suddenly blossoming. The latest is Smylie Bros. Restaurant and Brewery—which opened on Tuesday—and serves house-brewed beers on tap and to-go in growlers, barbecue, pizzas, and other American fare. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—Sixteen's summer menu, dubbed "Inspirations from Where Land Meets Water," made its debut last night. Some of executive chef Thomas Lents' new dishes, which pair land and water ingredients, are featured in this video. [EaterWire]

GRANT PARK—Tickets are now on sale for Fear No ART's The Dinner Party, live from Taste of Chicago on July 10. It features food prepared by Sepia's Andrew Zimmerman and appearances by actors George Wendt of "Cheers" (Norm!) and Morgan Freeman. [EaterWire]

WICKER PARK—Edward Kim is hosting an event this Sunday at Mott St to benefit GRIP Outreach For Youth. Guests receive a culinary lesson from chef Kim, beverages, and entry into a raffle for $25. [EaterWire]
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Sepia

123 North Jefferson Street, , IL 60661 (312) 441-1920 Visit Website

Sixteen

401 North Wabash Avenue, , IL 60611 (312) 588-8030 Visit Website

Smylie Bros. Restaurant and Brewery

1615 Oak Ave, Evanston, IL

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