Posted: Aug 06, 2020
Chicagoans will soon be able to enjoy a chilled beverage and delicious meal at their favorite beachfront restaurants.
Though the beaches remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, city officials gave lakefront restaurants and cafes the green light this week to reopen for business after months of being shut down due to the pandemic.
Reggie’s on the Beach, located near the Jackson Park Harbor, will be the first restaurant to return to business when it opens its doors Thursday. The other four restaurants — The Dock on Montrose, Caffe Oliva, Castaways and Shore Club — plan to reopen Friday, according to the businesses’ Facebook pages.
“We already lost half the season, so it’s better than nothing,” Reggie on the Beach’s owner Robby Glick said. “And we’re just grateful that they listened to us and are letting us open.”
By Madeline Kenney
August 6, 2020
Source and complete article: chicago.suntimes.com
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