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Little Goat Bread to Open at Chicago French Market

By Janet Rausa Fuller | June 6, 2013 11:20am | Updated on June 6, 2013 12:29pm
 An outpost of Little Goat Bread opens Friday in the Chicago French Market.
An outpost of Little Goat Bread opens Friday in the Chicago French Market.
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Stephanie Izard

WEST LOOP — Little Goat Bread has a little sibling.

An outpost of chef Stephanie Izard's West Loop bakery and coffee shop opens Friday inside the Chicago French Market, 131 N. Clinton St.

The 22-foot booth will offer sandwiches and soup at lunch, loaves of artisan breads for morning noshing and to take home, and Portland-based Stumptown Coffee to wash it all down. Izard's spokeswoman said Izard is still testing out menu items.

Her line of sauces and rubs also will be for sale.

The stand is in a prime spot in the 31-vendor indoor market, between Fumare Meats, purveyor of Montreal-style pastrami sandwiches, and Wisma, chef John des Rosiers' upscale take on prepared foods.

Hours for Little Goat Bread at the market are 7 a.m.-7:30 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturdays. It will be closed on Sundays.

Meanwhile, over at Little Goat Bread, 820 W. Randolph, rooftop dining and drinking begins Sunday at 4 p.m. Hours for the rooftop deck will vary, as the space is connected to the private dining room.

Customers should check the restaurant's website for updates. Seating will be first-come, first-served.