LINCOLN PARK — Parson's Chicken & Fish, the wildly popular Logan Square bar/eatery known for its huge outdoor patio, negroni slushies and cool vibes, is looking to open a second location in Lincoln Park.
In an email to constituents Friday, Ald. Michele Smith (43rd) said the prolific restaurant group Land & Sea Dept. is seeking a zoning change to move into an old auto parts building at 2435-39 N. Halsted St. and do renovations.
The building used to be the home of Lemay Auto Parts.
The restaurant group will pitch neighbors on the proposal at a community meeting with Park West Community Association 6 p.m. Monday at Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute, 2430 N. Halsted St.
It's unclear if the Lincoln Park location would serve the same food and drinks. Land & Sea Dept. didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Left: Parson's Chicken and Fish is located in Logan Square. Right: The former Lemay Auto Parts building is in Lincoln Park. [Facebook/Parson's; Ald. Michele Smith]