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Pearl's Opens Tomorrow in Edgewater; Girl and the Goat Somm Leaving; More

Plus, Glazed and Infused's sixth location opens; Pastoral's producer festival this Saturday; Bad Wolf Coffee for sale.

Pearl's Southern Comfort
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EDGEWATERThe opening of Pearl's Southern Comfort BBQ from Danny Beck (Toon's Bar & Grill) is happening tomorrow at 4:00 p.m., according to their Facebook page. The restaurant intends to be a "funky and rowdy" space with a menu concentrating on New Orleans/Southern-style food and a craft cocktail program. [EaterWire]

WEST LOOPStephanie Izard's Girl and the Goat is losing sommelier Ryan Baldwin at the end of the month. Baldwin is going to work as the director of education and business development for Blue Crane Imports, which deals with South African wines. [Chicagoist]

RIVER NORTHToday marks the opening of Glazed and Infused's sixth location, this time in the LaSalle building's lobby. Now through On April 29 you can get a free doughnut to share with any purchase. [EaterWire]

WEST LOOPHead to Chicago French Market on Saturday, April 25 for Pastoral's fifth annual artisan producer festival featuring demonstrations featuring Black Dog Gelato, Lillie's Q, Lagunitas Brewing Company and more. For additional information, visit their website. [EaterWire]

LAKEVIEWAfter less than two years in business, Jonathan Ory is looking to sell his Bad Wolf Coffee business to someone interested in a partnership that will move to wholesale production. He is offering to stay on and train staff once the business sells, but intends on moving to Charleston, SC to be near his family. [DNAinfo]

Bad Wolf Coffee

3422 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 (773) 969-2346 Visit Website

Chicago French Market

131 North Clinton Street, , IL 60661 (312) 575-0306 Visit Website

Glazed and Infused

1576 N. Milwaukee, Chicago, IL 60622 Visit Website

Girl & the Goat

555-3 Mateo Street, , CA 90013 (213) 799-4628 Visit Website

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