The former spot of The General on California Avenue is getting a new restaurant. Good Fortune, a Mediterranean seafood cuisine, plans to open there this summer.
Hello to Dial M for Modern and new eateries Saba Italian Kitchen + Bar, Fruit Paradise and Rosie’s Sidekick. Goodbye to neighborhood staples La Farine Bakery, Dunlay’s on the Square and Congress Pizza.
Logan’s Crossing’s new retailer announced: Target will join the former mega mall spot as a small-store format.
Jacqueline Olivo of the Olivo Medical & Wellness Center opened a new spa down the street, Olivo Med Spa, “for the whole neighborhood” to focus on skin health and wellness.
“We have history and that’s something you can’t buy.”
Joe’s Barbershop, a long-time Logan Square business, marks 50 years in action this year, and will celebrate with an anniversary party in May.
“Within two minutes of walking in our door, you could be drinking your favorite new beer,” says the co-owner of Navigator Taproom, a new brewery that allows you to navigate your craft beer and wine experience.
Need a new workout space? Logan Square Pilates + Core has got you covered with yoga, pilates, private lessons and even prenatal classes. The business celebrated its first month in February.
The latest local openings and closings of bars and restaurants in the neighborhood, featuring Caribella, Sleeping Village and soon-to-be-open Pretty Cool Ice Cream—and a sad goodbye to Half Italian and the now-closed Kombucha Room.
Ipsento Coffee is going public, making it the first coffee company to sell shares to anyone through new equity crowdfunding regulations. We sat down with Ipsento’s CEO to learn more.
Get your last slice of southern comfort from The General tonight and tomorrow before the restaurant and bar closes!