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Corned Beef Factory on Lake; Big Onion's Hopsmith at Rush & Division; More

Plus, Peet's Coffee & Tea heads to the Wrigley Building and Paul's Noodle Shop replaces Penny's in Wrigleyville.

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FULTON MARKET—Get corned beef and other meaty deli sandwiches straight from the source. The Corned Beef Factory, a tiny sandwich shop attached to Crown Corned Beef & Foods Inc., is now open at 1009 W. Lake, serving a small four-sandwich menu, house-made chips, and sodas for carry-out or to eat-in and a small counter. It's open from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. [EaterWire]

GOLD COAST—Hopsmith Tavern, the latest bar from Big Onion Tavern Group (Fatpour, Irish Oak, Diag) opened yesterday in the former Snuggery space at Division and Rush. As previously reported, partner Erik Baylis termed Hopsmith their "most food-centric establishment" (look over the menu here). The two-floor space has lots of gimmicks: a 1954 Volkswagen repurposed as a bar, a back bar styled as a card catalog, and a glass-enclosed keg room. [EaterWire]

MAG MILE—Peet's Coffee & Tea's rapid expansion is bringing a location to the Wrigley Building on Monday. It's the 17th Chicagoland Pete's and will have outdoor seating in warmer months, and more Peet's stores are reportedly on the way. [Tribune]

WRIGLEYVILLE—A new noodle shop has replaced Penny's Noodles at 3400 N. Sheffield. Paul's Noodle Shop executes a large menu of Thai and Japanese dishes, including ramen, soups, rice dishes, appetizers, and plenty of noodles. [EaterWire]

Hopsmith Tavern

15 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60610

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