Comings & Goings: Raising Cane’s opens in Orland Park

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By Bob Bong Raising Cane’s chicken restaurant opened the doors to its Orland Park location on Tuesday and it was an immediate hit. The restaurant was the first to open at 15011 S. LaGrange Road. It’s one of the restaurants going up on the former site of Toys R Us. It will feature indoor dining…

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New restaurants coming to Orland Park

By Dermot Connolly The Orland Park Village Board, at its last meeting of 2020, finalized plans for several new restaurants and a long-awaited downtown residential development. The board first approved an inducement agreement that will bring a family-owned Taqueria Los Comales to 15609 S. Harlem Ave., the former site of a Dunkin’ Donuts. According to…

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Fire levels Don’s Dogs in Orland Park

By Bob Bong A fire early Wednesday morning heavily damaged Don’s Hot Dogs in Orland Park. Orland firefighters responded to a call about 1 a.m. of a fire at the restaurant at 7245 W. 151st St. Upon arrival, firefighters found heavy fire that broke through the roof. Crews began an aggressive attack and the fire…

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Come Alive in Palos Heights restaurant reopening guide

Palos Heights has issued the following list of restaurant statuses as of May 27. Outdoor dining will be permitted until midnight. Some restaurants will continue the practice of curbside pickup due to uncertainties and expense of buying outdoor tables and chairs. Other restaurants will open or expand their outdoor dining. Please contact the restaurant directly…

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Pop’s Italian Beef celebrates National Nurses Day with free food

Pop’s Italian Beef and Sausage restaurants throughout the Chicagoland area are showing support for the men and women who are working tirelessly at their local hospitals, this National Nurses Day on Wednesday, May 6. Pop’s invites all nurses and hospital staff to visit their nearest location to redeem a free sandwich with valid proof of…

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New seafood restaurant opens in Palos Hills

  By Bob Bong A Mediterranean seafood restaurant opened last month in Palos Hills and features some kinds of fish not readily available in the southern suburbs. SeaCatcher Mediterranean Sea Food & Grill opened Nov. 3 at 10331 S. Roberts Road in the former Bertucci’s restaurant. Owner Sam Farhan said that in addition to more…

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