BRONZEVILLE—The popular Honey 1 BBQ, which closed its Bucktown location, has officially relocated to the south side. The new Bronzeville spot serves a similar selection of hickory-smoked 'cue as the original on Western and is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Status: Certified open, 746 E. 43rd St.
OLD TOWN—Cocoa + Co., the cafe and shop that advertises "Chicago's largest collection of gourmet chocolate products," also opened to the public yesterday and will hold its grand opening tomorrow. Look for pastries and other goodies from heavy-hitters including Gale Gand, drinking chocolates, La Colombe coffee, snacks and more. Status: Certified open, 1651 N. Wells St.
GOLD COAST—Viagra Triangle bar-hoppers have a new option with Room Seven, a swanky multi-room bottle-service nightclub that's been in the works since last summer and opened to the public last night. Status: Certified open, 7 W. Division St.
NORTH CENTER—Mr. B's, the barbecue spot that took the Smokin' Woody's space on Lincoln, is officially open. Check out the menu here. Status: Certified open, 4160 N. Lincoln Ave.
ROGERS PARK—Because college kids still love late-night cookies, Insomnia Cookies has unveiled its location near Loyola. The other Chicago Insomnia is near DePaul. Status: Certified open, 6470 N. Sheridan Road.
LAKEVIEW—New York Delicatessan on Clark, closed since March for renovations, is back open under new ownership. Status: Certified open, 2921 N. Clark St.
BANNOCKBURN—JNK Concepts, the people behind Roka Akor, opened an Indian spot, Marigold Maison, on the North Shore. Chef Sunil Kamar is cooking many Indian standards. Status: Certified open, 2535 Waukegan Rd., Bannockburn, IL.
LOGAN SQUARE—Same Day Cafe, formerly the seasonal Flip Side Cafe, is now open across from the Logan Square Blue Line stop. It serves coffee, sandwiches, salads, and more. Status: Certified open, 2651 N. Kedzie Ave.