New Investors Take a Bite Out of One of Chicago’s Biggest Pizza Chains

In a deal worth more than $500 million, shares of Lou Malnati's were sold to a San Francisco hedge fund.
After a long delay, the meadery will finally bring its honey wine to its new taproom on Elston Avenue.
The Italian eatery has signed a lease for a space in Lemont Village Square.
With ten times the space and a bigger menu, the beloved hot dog stand looks forward to feeding a new community.
The first Chicago eatery for the world-famous chef has filed a liquor license application.
Brunch, live music and Caribbean cuisine are in the plans for Tribe, a new venue from the owner of Refuge Live.
The art studio and community center hopes to host retreats, art classes, poetry readings and more at the space.
The original outpost of the breakfast spot will soon be serving up bellinis, mimosas, Bloody Marys and more.
The new eatery is a "re-concept" of Chef Luciano Kitchen & Chicken — and boasts a prolific Chicago restaurateur at its helm.
The restaurant has big plans for its expansion, with games, live music and lobster and jerk chicken pop tarts served in a toaster oven.
Whiskey Bend will take over the former location of Pub 222.
The new location will be the restaurant's seventh outpost.
The expansion includes the chain's first full standalone restaurant with a drive-thru.
Itsy Bitsy Play & Cafe will offer room for parents to work and kids to play, plus a neighborhood cafe.
In another pandemic success story, the coffee company will bring its "Dollywood minimalist" design to a new home on North Broadway.
The upscale venue will serve sushi and izakaya-inspired plates that are meant to be shared.
The home of the original Chicago vegan deep dish is renting out an even bigger space.
The taproom will feature Irish pub fare and Chicago-exclusive brews.
The location will be the chain's first restaurant in Illinois.
The longstanding restaurant concept will keep its Italian roots but will emphasize community dining at its new home.

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