Social justice meets coffee in Passion House’s summer partnerships to help veterans, the LGBTQ community and developing African countries like Papa New Guinea to change inequality and provide more rights and resources.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner—this Sunday. Show Mom how much you love her (or remind her why you’re the favorite) by taking her to a special Mother’s Day brunch at one of Logan Square’s many hotspots.
“Let’s grab a cup of tea” instead of coffee will be your new hangout phrase after you suggest one of our top hot or cold tea picks in the neighborhood—patio included!
New Italian restaurant Saba Italian Kitchen + Bar gets the Italian cuisine popping without breaking the bank. Check out our review here—then go get your fix.
“I’m very happy to introduce people to kimchi and educate them on vegan options,” says Kyle Chamberlain of Kimchi Boys Kimbchi, a newcomer to the Logan Square Farmers Market. It reopens May 13—but you don’t need to wait that long for vegan kimchi.
Western Logan Square is getting a new Caribbean-themed bar called X at the former Acapulco Night Club spot. Lead bartender Alexandra Wright from Lula Cafe and Honey’s is heading the project, opening soon.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional Easter celebration or just want to mix up your usual Sunday Funday, check out what’s happening in Logan Square.
The owners of Chiya Chai are hosting their first workshop this Saturday on how to make your own chai. (It’s sold out, sorry). It’s one of many community events they plan to bring to the community and spread their knowledge of chai teas and Nepalese and Indian cuisine to the neighborhood.
Ugo’s Kitchen and Bar, the Italian fine-dining-meets-casual eatery, is set to close its doors this Sunday for personal and financial reasons. Get your hungry on for one last time with our dish picks before the restaurant is gone.
The weather forecast for Pi(e) Day tomorrow is in the 40s, so get out of the house, loosen your belt like it’s Thanksgiving and sample these pie delights.