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This week's top dish from Eater Chicago, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
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FULTON MARKET—After months of buildout, Publican Quality Meats is finally set to open its doors in February ... assuming it passes city inspections.
EVERYWHERE—Monday marks the Year of the Dragon. Yup, it's Chinese New Year people and we have some great spots all over Chicago where you can celebrate.
RIVER NORTH—Graham Elliot has named Andrew Brochu the new executive chef of his River North namesake restaurant and is gunning for four stars.
INDEPENDENCE PARK—Filling in a void for quality eats, Bread & Wine opened this week on a stretch of Irving Park Rd. known more for fast-food and small retail shops.