Fuel Station [Closed]

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Fuel Station, which opened in Lincoln Park this summer, features coffee, sandwiches and desserts.

Lincoln Park

Fuel Station took over a shuttered Caribou Coffee space and brightened it up. There are big windows, yellow walls and a patio with orange seats—the perfect place to sip on a cup of joe made from Uncommon Coffee Roasters beans that are roasted on site. The Cosmic Coffee, a blend of coffee, chai and other ingredients, was created by the owner Sean Tehrani. It's spicy and sweet and good for a little punch in your day. Fuel also makes sandwiches and salads and brings in pastries from around the city.

Venue name: Fuel Station [Closed]
Address: 2453 N Clark St
Chicago

Cross street: between W Arlington Pl and W Roslyn Pl
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 6am–8pm; Sat & Sun 7am–8pm
Transport: Bus: 22, 36, 134, 143.
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