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Francesca’s Uncorks Its Worldly New Wine Bar Tonight in Fulton Market

Tour Joe’s Imports, replacing Glazed and Infused

Joe’s Imports features dishes like Nonna’s Chicken (butter beans, almonds, crispy bits, neck bone gravy).
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The owners of Glazed and Infused have traded doughnuts for wine and pastas as they’ve switched up their Fulton Market space to open Joe’s Imports tonight. The restaurant’s named after Joe Fiely, operating partner and wine director for Francesca’s Restaurant Group. Wine is in the spotlight with more than 250 bottles including 10 to 20 red and white by the glass.

Many of those wines will be available to go. But for those dining in, the menu includes fresh pastas, small and large entrees, and other food that goes well with wine. The space seats 65, and there’s going to be a 15-seat patio. Francesca’s brought in 555 Design to renovate the doughnut shop.

Check out the space and the food below. Joe’s Imports opens Friday night in Fulton Market.

Joe’s Imports, 813 W. Fulton Market, (312) 736-1750, open 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Monday through Wednesday; 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Thursday through Saturday; 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday. The kitchen stays open until midnight every day except Sunday when it closes at 10 p.m.

The bar seats 15.
555 Design renovated the former doughnut shop.
Note the counter seated and exposed brick.
Definitely a rustic feel.
The space is inspired by Joe Fiely’s travels.
Roman artichoke with broth, ritz crackers, herbs
Mussels with herbs, vin blanc, and vinegar chips
Raviolo with duck egg, ricotta, brown butter, and black winter truffle.
Bluefin tuna capriccio with bone marrow, uni, crispy nibbles.
White asparagus with farm egg, bottarga, chives
Meringue gelato
Chocolate royale (Valrhona bittersweet dark chocolate mousse, burnt panna cotta, crunchy peanut butter crust)

Joe's Imports

813 West Fulton Market, , IL 60607 (312) 736-1750 Visit Website

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