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Taxim Opens 80-Seat Rooftop; Goddess and Grocer Adding Andersonville Location; More

Plus, discounted Taste of the Nation tickets now on sale; Do-Rite Donuts collaboration with Fitz & the Tantrums singer.

Taxim's new rooftop
Taxim's new rooftop
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WICKER PARK—Taxim soft-opened a new rooftop patio this past weekend featuring an imported Greek liquor, specialty cocktails, nearly a dozen wines, as well as a small menu focusing on salads and grilled meats and vegetables. The 80-seat space also houses an herb and vegetable garden and will feature an area to roast whole pigs next year. The official opening will happen on August 5. [DNAinfo]

ANDERSONVILLEThe Goddess and Grocer will move into a former Einstein's Bagels at 5318 N. Clark in late fall. Representatives confirm that the menu will stay the same as the other locations and that there will be seating for about 40 total (20 inside, 20 or so on the patio). [EaterWire]

NAVY PIERTickets for Taste of the Nation, which is celebrating its 27th year, are now on sale and will take place at Navy Pier's ballroom Sunday, October 11. You can still get 20 percent off ($125) through today. Proceeds benefit No Kid Hungry which supplies children with a healthy breakfast and teaches families how to shop and cook on a budget. [EaterWire]

THE LOOP/STREETERVILLELast year, Fitz & the Tantrums' Noelle Scaggs revealed her love for Summer House Santa Monica. Now the singer has helped create a limited run doughnut for LEYE's Do-Rite Donuts, also run by chef Jeff Mahin, that is on sale now through Monday, August 3. Scaggs' creation takes a maple old fashioned and adds candied Fresno chilies. [EaterWire]

Do-Rite Donuts & Coffee

50 West Randolph Street, , IL 60601 (312) 488-2483 Visit Website

Taxim

1558 North Milwaukee Avenue, , IL 60622 (773) 252-1558 Visit Website

Do-Rite Donuts & Chicken

181 North Morgan Street, , IL 60607 (312) 624-8878 Visit Website

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