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Scone City's Menu Features Unique Sweet & Savory British Pastries in Wicker Park

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Restaurant slated to open on April 1.

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Plenty of Chicago places serve scones, but the menu at Scone City is built around the pastry with British and Scottish roots. They'll serve both sweet and savory versions when the bakery opens next Wednesday at 1632 W. Division St.

Run by owners Tim and Jessica Canning, they'll offer up a wide variety of selections that will rotate, including three gluten-free options. Customers can add on house-made jams, citrus curds and clotted cream to top their scone. Special scone selections from chef Laurie McNamara include cherry almond and maple bacon on the sweet side. The savory side includes prosciutto and aged gruyere, plus a pizza variety with pepperoni, mozzarella, tomato sauce with fresh basil and oregano.

The beverage menu has pour overs and other coffee drinks from Halfwit Coffee Roasters.

Check the menus out here:

Scone City Menu

SC Menu Board_Coffee.pdf