Monday, April 15, 2013
A number of new businesses have opened or are coming soon.
Since the start of the year, three news businesses have announced they will open their doors in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff with the first, Pasta Palooza, starting to serve customers March 17 in downtown Lake Bluff. By the end of next month, both Jolly Good Fellows Sweet Boutique and Wildflour Baking Company plan to be open for business as well. Take a look at Patch’s round up of new business in town and the efforts Lake Forest has made to create jobs. If something is left out, please let us know in the comments and we will add it. For complete Lake Forest News, sign up for our free newsletter,"like" us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
New restaurant offers pasta in a casual setting.
Chicago restaurateur Mike Moore of Lake Forest decided to come home. After operating pasta and tapas eateries on Chicago’s trendy north side, Moore opened Pasta Palooza March 17 in downtown Lake Bluff. The restaurant, which is open from 11:30 a.m. through 9 p.m. daily, was full when we dined their Saturday. Not being a food critic, I will write only that we enjoyed our dinner but you, our readers, can be the critics. Go to the company’s listing on Patch and post your own review. We may just publish some of those critiques or do a summary. For complete Lake Forest News, sign up for our free newsletter,"like" us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
A new Italian restaurant will take the place of the old Noodle Bar in Lake Bluff by March 1.
An Italian restaurant called Pasta Palooza is set to open in Lake Bluff by early March, according to the Gazebo News. Want more Lake Bluff news? Sign up for the Patch newsletter. The new restaurant, located at the Village Commons, will be owned by Lake Forest resident Michael Moore, the Gazebo News reports. The article states that the menu aims for affordability, with 90 percent of the options costing less than 10 bucks. Keep checking back with Patch for more updates about the new space. In the meantime, what do you think of a new Italian place coming to town?