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Land & Sea’s New All-Day Restaurant Opens Monday in Logan Square

Lonesome Rose is almost here

Clayton Hauck

Land & Sea Dept.’s (Lost Lake, Cherry Circle Room, Milk Room) new restaurant, Lonesome Rose, will open bright and early at Monday morning at 2101 N. California Avenue. The restaurant is focused on food from the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The menu comes from chef Pete Coenen (Cherry Circle Room, Lost Lake) and cocktails come from Land & Sea Dept.’s beverage director Paul McGee.

Mornings start out at Lonesome Rose with to-go coffee, juice, and breakfast tacos, all available until 2:30 p.m. After that, a full menu, decked out with taco varieties like al pastor and fish, a chorizo burger, and chilaquiles, is available. Cocktails, including margaritas, other classics and beer and shot combinations, will round out the menu, served until the wee hours of the morning. And the kitchen is also open until 1 a.m.

The interior features a long concrete-poured bar in a light and airy space accented with greenery and wooden banquettes. Check out the photos below of the new space, which opens on Monday morning.

The long bar is made from poured concrete
The bar will serve up margaritas and boilermakers
Check out the airy space lined with banquettes

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