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Ipsento Coffee's Upcoming Facility; The Promontory Opens Second Floor; More

The Promontory
The Promontory
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BUCKTOWN—Caffeine junkies in Bucktown are about to see their addiction reach an entirely new level with the opening of Ipsento's boutique production facility. Scheduled to open this October at Western and Armitage, just a block south of the cafe's storefront, the state-of-the-art space will feature a tasting room for classes and events, as well as a training area. [EaterWire]

HYDE PARK—Drinks and dancing now drive the night's delight at The Promontory social club, now held every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday between 5 and 8 p.m. on the second floor lounge. Early evening attendees should come prepared for cocktails a plenty coupled with beats from renowned disc spinners. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—The new Webster's Wine Bar makes a splash on Sundays between 3 and 10 p.m., offering $1 oysters and $7 glasses of champagne. Patrons can expect high quality wines with the pours rotating weekly. [EaterWire]

HUMBOLDT PARK—Nightwood chef Shae Daher and pastry chef Sarah Mispagel are the latest guests at Sportsman's Club backyard barbecue series on Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. A $20 ticket includes chorizo spiced smoked pork belly and peach pies with cajeta, all washed down with pisco and mezcal cocktails. Expect DJ's. [EaterWire]

LAKEVIEW—Chef Cecil Rodriguez, formerly of The Purple Pig and The Savoy, has joined Temple Bar as executive chef. Rodriguez recently launched all-new menus, including "build your own" mac and cheese and seasonal salads. A "snacks" menu offering late-night munchies is also in the works. [EaterWire]
—Stephanie Sack

Webster's Wine Bar

1480 W Webster Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614 773 868 0608 Visit Website

Sportsman's Club

948 North Western Avenue, , IL 60622 (872) 206-8054 Visit Website

Ipsento Coffee Roasters

2035 N. Western Ave., Chicago, IL

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