Chicago Restaurants Opening in 2017

With the start of the New Year, Chicago is welcoming new restaurants to the area. From cocktail to bar-and-grill-style dining, here are some restaurants to enjoy in 2017.

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Temporis
n933 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago
nOpening Jan. 5, Temporis offers a menu with local ingredients and worldwide recipes. According to their website, the atmosphere is business-casual or "cocktail" attire.
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The DMen Tap
n2849 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago
nOpening Jan. 4, the DMen Tap will serve modern German/Turkish food along with street foods inspired by the owners travels. The bar will have rotating taps and hard-to-find-beers as well as popular drinks from around the world.
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Split-Rail
n2500 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago
nOpening in early 2017, this restaurant by Chef Zoe Schor will feature her famous American-eclectic dishes. Split-Rail will also feature brunch.
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Jolly Pumpkin Brewery
n1504 E. Harper Court, Chicago
nOpening its fourth location later this year, Jolly Pumpkin Brewery will have 30 beers and ciders as well as wines and craft cocktails.
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Kitsune
n4229 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago
nOpening at the end of January, Kitsune features home-style Japanese cuisine.
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Growling Rabbit
n5938 N. Broadway, Chicago
nReopening in January, Growling Rabbit will have an expanded food and drink menu.
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Culver's
nNear 35th Street and King Drive, Chicago
nThe first Culver's restaurant in Chicago is expected to open as early as February.
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Safehouse
nAC Hotel, 60 E. Ontario St., Chicago
nOpening this year, Safehouse is a spy-themed restaurant from Milwaukee.
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