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Coffee shops

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Lincoln Square »

Coffee shops across the country are donating a percent of sales this weekend to the ACLU.

Ravenswood »

Tall Tale's specialty is cold brew and a version of the Italian shakerato.

Near West Side »

The new cafe on Fulton will be the specialty coffee roaster's first in the city. 

Edison Park »

If you're looking for nitro coffee, The Cafe at LeFlour has that, too.

Lincoln Square »

The indie coffee roaster has two new cafes planned, and that's just the beginning.

Lakeview »

Owner Val Taylor has added seating in the former Bad Wolf Coffee space; tea will be served, too.

Roscoe Village »

The coffee shop opened Saturday and will serve customers seven days a week.

Lincoln Square »

Indie Coffee Passport kicks of Tuesday, offering drink specials at neighborhood coffee shops.

Lakeview »

Loba, Spanish for "she-wolf," is slated to open in early December, owner Val Ballado said.

Ravenswood Manor »

Baker Miller's Ravenswood Manor location debuts Saturday and that's the only place to get a "Stuffle."

Albany Park »

Albany Park's newest coffee shop reflects the owner's fondness for all things French.

Lakeview »

Owner Jonathan Ory is taking the business to his hometown of Charleston, S.C.

Albany Park »

After a string of unexpected delays, Nighthawk coffee shop/bar should open in six to eight weeks.

Irving Park »

The coffee roaster's expansion plans include shops in Roscoe Village and Old Irving Park.

Pilsen »

Tickets to the Pilsen Coffee Tour that will travel through the neighborhood are still on sale.