Restaurant news around Logan Square this week includes a late-night food addition and a new pie shop.
Burlington Bar Owners Unveil Wyler Road
Chicago Eater reports The Burlington will open a new sandwich shop on July 29 located at 3581 W Belden Ave., replacing the former Brown Sack, which closed in November. Wyler Road will be backed by chef de cuisine Shay Linkus of Vanguard and Odd Duck, as well as executive chef Forster Sorensen of Au Cheval and Green Street Smoked Meats.
Wyler Road’s menu will feature 21 sandwiches using locally sourced ingredients, ranging from $7 to $16. Salads will also be an option on the menu.
Spinning J Bakery and Soda Fountain Opens Today
Co-owners Dinah Grossman and Parker Whiteway will open Spinning J Bakery and Soda Fountain today in Humboldt Park at 1000. N California Ave, according to the shop’s Facebook page. DNAInfo reports that Spinning J will serve a variety of soda fountain drinks and pies including blueberry crumble and key lime.
Best Intentions Finally Opens
Eater Chicago reported in February that long-time neighborhood favorite Marble (3281 W Armitage Ave.) would close its doors and rebrand as a new concept, Best Intentions. Co-owners and brothers Christopher and Calvin Marty have finally reopened the bar, though the grand opening was kept fairly secret. Best Intentions now features a brand new interior, repositioned bar and expanded patio.
DAS Opens, Offering Late-Night Food
Eater Chicago reports DAS, a late-night addition to The Radler at 2375 N Milwaukee Ave, opened its doors this week, offering German street food. Co-owners Adam Hebert and owner/chef Nathan Sears have been selling their doner kebabs at events and festivals for the last few months.
DAS will offer doner kebabs with four types of fillings and a variety of sauces and styles for $8 each. Beer will also be offered ranging in price from $3 to $8. At those prices, DAS is a simpler and lower-cost alternative to the Radler.