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Pi Gallery Bar, Opening Friday, Mixes Art, Pizza and Beer

Revamped River North space has new interiors and a new menu.

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Pi Gallery Bar
Pi Gallery Bar
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The ownership behind Pi Gallery Bar hope the facelift they've given to their River North spot pays dividends when the bar opens on Friday. They've upgraded the kitchen, added larger windows and a new main bar in the space the formerly housed Gallery Bar at 738 N. Clark St.

The second-floor bar will still host art shows for local artists, but there's a new interior layout, including a more communal dining area which is separated from the rest of the bar with sliding glass doors. There's also a few new communal booths. The menu has also been revamped, as bar ownership installed a wood-burning oven to cook Neapolitan-style pizzas.

They're opening at 7 p.m. on Friday. Check out the menu below.

Pi Food Opening Menu

Gallery Bar

738 N Clark St., Chicago, IL