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Fall Restaurant Guide; The Black Sheep Closes; More

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This week's top dish from Eater Chicago, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...

ACROSS CHICAGO— Eater takes a look at the 14 restaurants you should watch out for this fall.

WEST TOWN—After dealing with quite a few issues, Chef James Toland has officially closed The Black Sheep. The reason? The restaurant ran out of money and could no longer keep the place afloat.

GOLD COAST—It looks like Phillipe Chow, a top NY Chinese chef is looking for space in Chicago to open a version of his NY hot spot Phillipe. Rumor is that he is looking at the Il Mulino space.

WICKER PARK—Eater talks to Charlie McKenna about how Lillie Q's first year in business is going.