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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Deleece

3747 N. Southport Ave. (Grace St.) Send to Phone
773-325-1710
Upscale comfort food in a neighborhood-friendly, relocated setting results in a winning combination.

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Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Deleece Restaurant Review

: Lynne Wallack's noisy, converted grocery store has long drawn a faithful neighborhood crowd for globally inspired food that's simultaneously homey and upscale. Now relocated, it’s kept that vibe and appeal intact. Openers range from a warm onion tart to fried cauliflower with curried apples, braised pearl onions and breadcrumbs with a hint of lime. Caramelized salmon is plated with black rice for a striking effect. The international wine list is as affordable as the menu, which also has a handful of pastas. The affable service can slow when the packed-in tables fill up.
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