Myron and Phil’s looking for new location

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Myron and Phil’s is sizing up opportunities to open a restaurant and tavern but it won’t return to 3900 W. Devon in Lincolnwood. The steak-and-seafood restaurant closed after a fire in May.

Owner Mark Freedman recently posted on the Myron & Phil’s Facebook page that he’s been approached with several options.

Freedman told the Lincolnwood Review: “No one wants to see us leave, but we would fit in another location better.”

The fresh start will come with changes too. Freeman says the new place won’t be a steak-and-seafood restaurant.

Last week Freedman auctioned off the remaining tables and chairs that were left in the shuttered restaurant.

Freedman said the restaurant might stay in Lincolnwood but other suburbs — including Glenview, Wilmette and Highland Park — are being considered.

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