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Masada

[ Sultan’s Market, Wicker Park ] The folks behind Sultan’s Market are making the jump from quick-serve Middle Eastern to a full-service spot featuring live music, belly dancers and Middle Eastern-style tapas in Logan Square ((2206 N.California Ave, Chicago)). Look for a multi-level 4,000-square-foot space with both restaurant and lounge seating – you’ll be able to see the stage from all floors — plus they’re planning a posh outdoor patio fitted with lush landscaping and more.

Cool, I like grabbing a quick nosh at Sultan’s Market.

Sultans Market
[Sultan’s Market, Wicker Park]

The folks behind Sultan’s Market are making the jump from quick-serve Middle Eastern to a full-service spot featuring live music, belly dancers and Middle Eastern-style tapas in Logan Square1. Look for a multi-level 4,000-square-foot space with both restaurant and lounge seating – you’ll be able to see the stage from all floors — plus they’re planning a posh outdoor patio fitted with lush landscaping and more. The kitchen will kick out freshly made pitas from a brick oven, plus there will be offerings like sumac-crusted rotisserie chicken and lamb ravioli in yogurt sauce. The restaurant takes its name from chef/co-owner Masada “May” Ramli, the matriarch of the clan behind the eatery (and it’s also an ancient Israeli city).

[From Masada – Logan Square – Chicago, IL 60647 | Metromix Chicago]

Via GapersBlock

Seems as if Alhambra sparked a restaurant war…


“Masada” (Alpha Blondy)

bonus, Masada is a pretty good album by Alpha Blondy, the Ivory Coast reggae star.

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  1. 2206 N.California Ave, Chicago []

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