Click on the pins to learn more about the new businesses that have opened since last fall in downtown Evanston, according to a report from the business district.
Since last October 15 new businesses have opened in downtown Evanston, with more than half of them in the food industry. The new businesses employ a total of 112 full-time and 67 part-time workers, according to city data.
Found Kitchen and JT's Bar and Grill are opened this fall in Evanston, while Chicago's Home of Chicken and Waffles, Ward Eight cocktail bar and Sol Cafe are set to open soon.
New restaurants are sprouting up around Evanston, including Found Kitchen and JT's Bar and Grill downtown. Two openings are also planned very soon on Howard Street, too: for Ward Eight, a cocktail bar, and for a new coffee shop called Sol Cafe. Read on for all of the latest business openings, closings and relocations in our Comings & Goings column, which chronicles the business scene in Evanston. Found Officially Opens Its Doors on Election Day Restaurateur Amy Morton and chef Nicole Pederson officially opened the doors to Found Kitchen and Social House at 1631 Chicago Ave. on Election Day, Nov. 6. With an eclectic design inspired by 1920s Paris salons and the Beat poets of the 1950s, Found Kitchen has garnered lots of press, most recently…