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Lakeview is getting a food hall from Furious Spoon and FireFin Poke

Lakeview is getting a food hall from Furious Spoon and FireFin Poke
Photograph: Courtesy Furious Spoon

The food hall trend is heading north. Restaurant incubator group Now Open Project, the force behind rapidly expanding chains Furious Spoon and FireFin Poke, has announced plans for a 16,000- to 17,000-square-foot food hall at 3833 N Broadway in Lakeview, appropriately named Lakeview Market.

The new venue, set to open in summer 2018, is slated to include three bars—a cocktail bar, a sports bar and a wine bar—and will include outposts of both FireFin and Furious Spoon. The Budlong Hot Chicken is another confirmed tenant. Unlike the lunch-focused downtown food halls like Revival, Latinicity and the French Market, Lakeview Market will be open seven days a week, and some vendors (the bars, presumably) will stay open as late as midnight on the weekends.




Lakeview Market is part of a massive mixed-use redevelopment project on Broadway between Grace Street and Sheridan Road, an eight-story, 134-unit residential building with retail on the ground floor. The project by developer David Gassman displaced several longstanding businesses on the block, including Spritz Burger, Strawdog Theatre Company, Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co. and Tutto Fresco Trattoria. The Starbucks formerly located on the corner of Broadway and Sheridan will return as part of the new development.

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