LA-Based Egg Tuck Plans to Expand With Two New Locations in Chicago

Egg Tuck's first Chicago location recently opened on North Michigan Avenue.
According to the company website, Starbucks story began back in 1971 in Seattle.
Loop Net states that what will now be the home of Divan Chicago was formerly known as MK Restaurant.
In August 2017, Steingold along with his wife, Elizabeth Abowd, opened his eponymous restaurant in Irving Park the website states.
Legacy Hospitality is also behind The Whale and the Welcome Back Lounge.
A post from Americano's Instagram states that they are locally owned and operated.
Block Club Chicago's article states that Burger Bite's original location debuted in May of 2022.
Starbucks states that they "are striving to become resource positive – giving back more than we take from the planet."
Pescadero, the previous owners of the space before Avaspi, permanently closed at the beginning of this year.
Cafe Roma's website also provides a catering and espresso option, alongside their blog.
Andrea brings a wide range of experience to the table, including working at Gordon Food Service prior to her furlough.
The Drake features a renowned restaurant, signature bar, speakeasy whiskey lounge, fitness center and 11,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor space, according to the release.
"Buy the best and let it shine" has become a mantra for Hawksmoor, according to their website.
In addition to the ten new locations in Chicago, there will be an assumption of two Little Caesars locations in Chicago.
Parker Hospitality's portfolio beyond The Hampton Social includes Nisos, Bassment, and Costera.
Ancho and Agave's new location will be inside of Deer Park Town Center complex.
At DineAmic, they believe in extending hospitality beyond the walls of their restaurants and into their community.
According to MAAX's Facebook post, signage has gone up for the restaurant in August.
Olive Mediterranean Grill also provides catering and rewards, according to the company website.

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