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For Grace Goes To SXSW Film Fest; Stan's One Year Special; More

Plus, free lunch for kids at Berrista Thursday; new burger on Primehouse's lunch men.

For Grace
For Grace
Caitlin Lisa

WEST LOOP—For Grace, the documentary on chef Curtis Duffy and his restaurant Grace, has been accepted to the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival. The film has gone through an editing process since debuting last October, and now includes a brand new ending showing the announcement of Grace nabbing three Michelin stars. The film, from Chicago Tribune food writer Kevin Pang and Mark Helenowski, was one of only 20 feature-length documentaries selected for the film festival. [EaterWire]

WICKER PARK/STREETERVILLE—To celebrate their one year anniversary in Chicago, both Stan's Donuts & Coffee locations will offer a dozen of yeast-raised, glazed donuts for $9.99 to say thank you to their customers on February 5 from open to close. [EaterWire]

OLD IRVING PARK—Kids can pick up a free lunch from Berrista this Thursday, February 5 beginning at 7:00 a.m. The offer is available for the first 250 children and consists of an organic black forest ham sandwich, fresh "soda grapes," and Greek yogurt with almond cranberry granola. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—David Burke's Primehouse is known for its beef, this we know. Now they've added a new menu item, the Thin Burker, a smaller version of the 40 Day Burker. The Thin Burker is a 6 ounce, dry-aged patty cooked on a flattop grill and topped with pickles, onions, American cheese, served with black pepper fries for $13. The new burger is part of Primehouse's lunch program, Prime Spot, which runs Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. [EaterWire]

David Burke's Primehouse

616 N Rush Street, Chicago, IL 60611 312 660 6000 Visit Website

Berrista

4219 W Irving Park Rd, Chicago, IL 60641

Grace

652 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60661 (817) 877-3388

Stan's Donuts & Coffee

1560 North Damen Avenue, , IL 60622 (773) 360-7386 Visit Website

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