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Manhole Returning to Former Spin Space; Gene & Georgetti Expansion Update; More

Plus, "G" Hot Dogs heading to Uptown; L.D. Pho moving to Albany Park.

The Original Spin

1) BOYSTOWN—As previously reported, David Gassman has taken back control of the former Spin space (which had been turned into Whiskey Trust and Chloe's for a hot minute) and now it has been revealed that he plans to revive an old neighborhood staple: Manhole (which was shuttered before taking over the Chloe's space and then shuttered again) in part of it. Details on the second bar in the location are not yet known. If all goes well with inspections, Gassman is intending to re-open both spaces by mid-April. [Chicago Pride]

2) ROSEMONT—The Gene & Georgetti expansion into Rosemont is slated to open in mid-June. It will include a 300-capacity wedding and event space and ballroom under the same roof, The Estate, while Gene & Georgetti's second location will hold 260 guests. Representatives promise more announcements soon. [EaterWire]

3) UPTOWN—The Himalayan restaurant Ne:Wa never materialized at 5009 North Clark, but now a fast food joint is planning to open in the same space. "G" Hot Dogs is the name on the building's makeshift signage, but no further details are currently available. [Uptown Update]

4) ALBANY PARK—L.D. Pho has moved from its former digs in Lincoln Square and is hoping for an early-April grand opening in its new location, at 4722 N. Kedzie. [EaterWire]


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