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Oak Park got a little boozier earlier this month when the Oak Park Board of Trustees approved liquor licenses for two more restaurants Read more

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The Oak Park Board of Trustees approved its first license to a restaurant under its new BYOB (bring your own bottle) ordinance, and now it’s considering reining in the cost for restaurant owners. Read more

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Laura Maychruk, owner of Buzz Café, is the first restaurant owner to apply for a new license in the village required to allow patrons to bring their own liquor, wine or beer to drink with meals Read more

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Oak Parkers will have three new places to wet their whistle in the village, following the Oak Park Board of Trustees’ approval of three new liquor licenses. Read more

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The 13,000-square-foot grocery store at 6209 W. North Ave. is reopening after about a year-long hiatus, and its new owner, Angelo Palivos, is looking to Oak Parkers and Galewood residents to help make it a success. Read more

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Marion Street is about to get a new restaurant, Kalamata Kitchen, which will take the place of two storefronts on Marion Street – Taylor’s Gifts & Bonsai and the shuttered King & I Thai Restaurant, both located at 105 N. Marion St. Read more

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The Oak Park Board of Trustees unanimously approved a new liquor license for Saigon Pho and Café, 726 Lake St. Read more

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Serving alcohol can be a tricky business. Those ever-hopeful underage drinkers will try to fool you. Read more

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