From music festivals to cultural celebrations, Chicago's going to have a busy Labor Day weekend.
There's a Nutella bar and a kiosk serving up oysters, plus, you know, groceries.
City records show the South African chicken restaurant will give the space a $70,000 overhaul.
Each evening there will be a tasting menu with several dishes, each a variation on a single ingredient.
The fine dining restaurant opens a few weeks after their downstairs lounge The Loyalist.
The West Ridge restaurant will also serve up $2.99 burgers, have balloon animals and live entertainment.
Jonah Reider, known as the "dorm room chef," will be at the helm of the kitchen, beginning Sept. 15.
From Greektown eats to Randolph St. treats, there's tons to do in West Loop and Pilsen this weekend.
More than 30 bands are expected to play the four-day festival Sept. 2-5.
Nick Sarillo said he hopes to open the restaurant at Montrose and Artesian by summer 2017.
The free festival takes over the grounds of the Chicago Ag School from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.
KFC was one of three businesses damaged after a fire in the strip mall in December.
There are locations in Streeterville, Gold Coast, Lincoln Park and River North.
Normally $1.80 each or $19 for one dozen, the birthday deal includes shirts for early bird customers.
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