LOGAN SQUARE— The Heavy Feather, Scofflaw's cocktail lounge above Slippery Slope, is ready to provide a quieter escape from the craziness downstairs. Opening tonight, the 1970s-themed bar prices most cocktails at $10, such as the "Casino" (oolong-infused Death's Door Vodka, Brovo Boomerang, sparkling wine, orange bitters, lemon) and "Polished Nail" (Famous Grouse scotch, Ramazzotti Amaro, Drambuie, dry vermouth). Then there's the $12 "Shark Attack" (El Dorado Three-Year Rum, Smith & Cross rum, Koloa Dark rum, raspberry, pineapple, coconut). Beer includes Boddington's Pub Ale, Stroh's and Mexicali Original. The Heavy Feather will be open 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Thursdays through Sundays. Status: Opening tonight, 2357 N. Milwaukee Ave.
LOGAN SQUARE— Bow Truss has passed its city inspections and will open its Logan Square coffee shop after the holiday. It will share a similar floor plan to Bow Truss' upcoming Roscoe Village location. Status: Opening on Monday, 2631 N. Kedzie St.
LAKEVIEW— Belmont Cafe has opened in the former Clarke's space on Belmont. The menu is new, but there's still a connection to Clarke's as the cafe's owner was also Clarke's general manager. Yes, they're still open late. Status: Certified open, 930 W. Belmont Ave.
MAGNIFICENT MILE— The Ghiradelli Chocolate Co. has opened a second ice cream shop inside The Wrigley Building. It's the company's largest with two floors and seating for 95 indoors and 25 outdoors. Status: Certified open, 400 N. Michigan Ave.
ALBANY PARK— The Dog House 2 is back open, serving Vienna Beef hot dogs and tamales. Status: Certified open, 4501 W. Lawrence Ave.