The space goes all the way from the front to connect back to the Glenwood Bar and backroom. A long red couch adorns the main room, perhaps Leather? Very Spacious and one can see through one end on Glenwood side and over to Morse and vice versa. Alot of people were totally shocked to see it open. Cant wait to give a try. Its another reason to take the El down south from Evanston or on up from Lakeview or Edgewater for a change of pace. 1406 w Morse just West of the Morse EL stop as if the name itself didnt give you a clue.Its a Bistro so steak is probably on the menu. Anybody eat there yet? Whats on the menu? Redeye article. Read below to see all the photos.
Though one must question why a fruitarian lives anywhere but the tropics. Fruits that don't grow naturally in our climate have to be shipped here during the rest of the year. They will be shipped in cardboard boxes. These boxes are made not from trees that have died a peaceful natural death, but from trees killed and shredded, their woody corpses cruelly processed and glued and stapled. (Boxes made from recycled materials just repeat this dreadful process.) And of course the shipping will involve fossil fuels, which are from long-dead animals and plants who did not consent to be pumped out of the ground, refined, and burned to power internal combustion engines. So hard to be consistent.