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Floriole Cafe And Bakery Embraces Its Roots For Sunday Supper Series

By Mina Bloom | August 22, 2016 8:55pm
 A salad using fresh ingredients for the July installment of
A salad using fresh ingredients for the July installment of "Sunday Supper" at Floriole Cafe and Bakery, 1220 W. Webster Ave.
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LINCOLN PARK — Floriole Cafe and Bakery hasn't forgotten its roots.

Typically open for lunch/brunch, the cafe, at 1220 W. Webster Ave., hosts a special dinner each month using fresh ingredients from Lincoln Park's Green City Market, which is where it operated as a stand before becoming a brick-and-mortar restaurant.

This month's installment, dubbed "Sunday Supper," is set for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 28. It costs $30 per guest.

The dinner includes three courses: The first course is cucumber ribbons with cherry tomatoes, corn and pepper vin; the second course is corn risotto with goat cheese-filled squash blossoms and corn puree; and the third course is corn custard tart with rosemary caramel corn garnish.  

Floriole became a brick-and-mortar restaurant in 2010 after five years of selling French pastries to patrons at Green City Market.

The "Sunday Supper" series has been going strong since 2014.

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