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Chicago-Main Newsstand
860 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL 60202

Anyone familiar with Chicago-Main Newsstand or its sister store in Chicago at Irving and Cicero knows the joy ofMore being able to rifle leisurely through dozens of newspapers and thousands of magazines. Since 1988, the teams at these newsstands have been serving the needs of their customers to the point of obsession. The store's focus is on periodicals, including foreign-language newspapers and Spanish-language magazines.  

Neither of the stores sells books.

MilleFiori!
1943 Central St, Evanston, IL 60201
MillieFiori! has served the Chicago area since 1996 and is a European-style florist that offers the freshest seasonalMore flowers. MillieFiori has been featured in bridal magazines and has been named by the Chicago Tribune as one of the top florists in the area. It works with individuals as well as arrangements for businesses, like restaurants and hotels. Flowers can be ordered online, in store or by phone. 
Dynamic Colors
1226 Elmwood Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
Dynamic Colors is a professional painting and restoration company. The company's services include interior and exteriorMore painting, staining and faux finishes, restoration, carpentry and pressure-washing. The company also uses environmentally safe paint and is EPA certified in lead renovation. Dynamic Colors was recently named "Best House Painter" by Chicago magazine.
Bistro Bordeaux
618 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201

Located in Downtown Evanston Bistro Bordeaux was named the 2010 Best New Restaurant in Chicago Magazine. ThisMore recreation of a French bistro seats 80 and from the bar comes a special reserve list of Bordeaux wine. The restaurant will do holiday and private parties with prior reservation. On the menu you will find extensive salad choices and a wide variety of main dishes including steak frites, moules de bouchot and gnochi parisien. 

Valet parking is available on weekends only.

Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop
825 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201
Paul Anderson started this Southern-style chain in Hyde Park in 1994. A quick hit, Dixie Kitchen was among the top 10More new restaurants in Chicago Magazine only a year after it opened. Now in Evanston near Northwestern University, the themed restaurant offers a unique ambiance and carefully researched authentic recipes for comfort foods like jambalaya and fried chicken. Evanston is the only location to offer breakfast seven days a week and a weekend brunch. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drink specials are also featured during specific hours. Delivery is available to surrounding areas from Wilmette to Rogers Park.