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RIP Two Way: Fans Of The Logan Square Dive Lament Its Closing

By Paul Biasco | August 30, 2016 5:18am

LOGAN SQUARE — The Two Way, one of Logan Square's last dive bars, is done.

The bar, known for cheap drinks and unpretentious vibes, held a last hurrah Saturday night to say goodbye to friends of the bar.

"We want to Thank each and everyone who came to support The Two Way in our last Hurrah last night! It was amazing having such love from all of you. It was also sad to say goodbye! to all of our two-way friends ! We love you, Thank you !" the Two Way ownership posted to Facebook Sunday.

The bar at 2412 N. Milwaukee Ave. is one of the neighborhood's longest-running late-night bars and the future of the site is unclear.

Two Way owner Glenn Miller's mother opened the bar around 1967, according to a manager.

The owner of Furious Spoon, which opened a ramen shop next door to Two Way earlier this year, expressed interest in buying the Two Way in April, stating he was evaluating the situation at that point.

When reached by phone Monday, Anshul Mangal, the co-owner of Furious Spoon, said he is still "sorting out the details" of buying Two Way.

Mangal said he was surprised to hear the Two Way had closed.

Fans of the bar took to Twitter to lament its closing during the final hurrah.






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