From the Crumb: Benny’s Chop House, Basils, Lincoln Station, Kitchen Sink Cafe

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Highlights from Centerstage Chicago’s latest Crumb newsletter:

Just Opened: Bennys Chop House

River North steak house is a cut above the rest.

Off the Beaten Path: Basils Greek Dining

Aurora gets an authentic Greek restaurant in a building that looks like a Greco-Roman temple.

Weekly Treat: Wednesday is vino night at Lincoln Station

Popular Lincoln Park bar takes half off all wines tomorrow night.

Man We’re Crazy About: Kitchen Sink Cafe

The old Pause Caf finds new life as this comfy Edgewater coffee shop.

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