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This week's top dish from Eater Chicago, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
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LOGAN SQUARE—Masada, the Middle Eastern restaurant, bar, entertainment project from the Sultan's Market owner, is finally almost ready to open after 10 years of work. Eater got a full look at the beautiful space and many photos.
BOYSTOWN—Boystown landmark Spin, the longtime gateway to the neighborhood, closed over Memorial Day weekend. A multi-faceted whiskey distillery, eatery, and nightclub project will replace it very soon.
AROUND TOWN—Not only are oysters very trendy, but they're a great warm-weather treat and available for cheap—at the right place and time. Check out Eater's guide of where and when to find them for just a buck in Chicago.
LOGAN SQUARE—It's almost summer, and this month's One Year In feature delves into last year's indisputable summer hotspot, Parson's Chicken & Fish. Between 1000 and 1500 people a day went there during last year's patio season.