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Q-Tine, Logan Square's Late-Night Poutine And BBQ Spot, Closes

By Mina Bloom | March 31, 2017 3:26pm
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This week a "Restaurant For Sale" sign was affixed to the front door of Q-Tine, 2339 N. Milwaukee Ave.
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LOGAN SQUARE — After less than two years of business, late-night poutine and BBQ spot Q-Tine has closed.

This week a "Restaurant For Sale" sign was affixed to the front door of the eatery, 2339 N. Milwaukee Ave. The restaurant, which has been closed during normal business hours for at least a few days leading up to the sign going up, is also listed as "permanently closed" on Google.

It's unclear why the restaurant shuttered. The ownership team, which consists of Greg Morton, a BBQ expert and chef with more than 20 years of experience, Harvey Gladman, a Montreal native, former semi-pro hockey player and restaurateur, and Ron DiNella, a longtime leader in Chicago’s restaurant scene, was not immediately available for comment.

During its almost two-year run on Milwaukee Avenue, Q-Tine catered to the late-night crowd along a popular stretch of Milwaukee Avenue that has become known for its nightlife bars. It was open until 4 a.m. Thursday - Saturday and until 2 a.m. the rest of the week.

The fast-casual restaurant served a combination of poutine — both classic and unconventional varieties — and traditional barbecue dishes like Memphis-style ribs, as well as a selection of inventive desserts like sweet potato poutine with apples, caramel sauce and whipped cream.