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Band Of Bohemia Nabs Coveted Michelin Star; Elizabeth, Goosefoot Repeat

By Patty Wetli | November 2, 2016 1:30pm
 The culinary brewhouse earned a Michelin star in its first year of operation.
The culinary brewhouse earned a Michelin star in its first year of operation.
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RAVENSWOOD — With a pair of Alinea veterans at the helm, it should come as no surprise that Band of Bohemia earned a coveted Michelin star, the restaurant revealed Wednesday.

The "culinary brewhouse," co-owned by Craig Sindelar and Michael Carroll, opened in late 2015 at 4710 N. Ravenswood Ave., serving "elevated" fare and innovative beers brewed in-house.

Followers of Chicago's dining scene are trumpeting Band of Bohemia's Michelin star as a victory for the city's adventurous brewpubs.

Chef Iliana Regan announced that her Elizabeth Restaurant, 4853 N. Western Ave., received a star for the fourth year in a row.

 

1 star four years in a row to a very deserving team!

A photo posted by Iliana Regan (@elizabethrestaurant_and_co) on

 

Chris Nugent's Goosefoot, 2656 W. Lawrence Ave., also retained its Michelin star for the fourth year. 

The 2017 Michelin Bib Gourmand list, awarding restaurants that provide "quality food at a reasonable price," was announced last week. 

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