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The Glunz Tavern | New bar

A storied space comes back to life.
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBourbon at The Glunz Tavern
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsFrog legs with gew�rztraminer at The Glunz Tavern
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsGrilled filet mignon at The Glunz Tavern
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsDirty Girl Spritzer at The Glunz Tavern
By Julia Kramer |
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Barbara Glunz’s grandfather opened this gathering spot in 1888. It lay vacant for 90 years, until she and her son decided to bring it back as a modern tavern, with French-German-Austrian-Alsatian cuisine from consulting chef Allen Sternweiler and a unique selection of wine, spirits and beer. 1202 N Wells St (312-642-3001).

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