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Thank god someone is thinking about the shortage of suburban style restaurants in the city.

And the lucky neighborhood is:

http://www.chicagorealestatedaily.com/article/20130326/CRED05/13032...

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After I discovered that Elk Grove Village actually has elk and that we can ride right past their habitat, Buffalo Grove became a huge disappointment.

Adam Herstein (5.5 mi) said:

BG, represent! (I grew up there).

David Barish said:

With that rotation times will change again and we'll all ride to Buffalo Grove for the opening night at the Hideout Too...or maybe not. :-)

I was so excited for the same reason.... =(    There is a russian olive that can grow in this climate.


BruceBikes said:

For about 3 seconds, I read this literally.  Someone is planting a grove of olive trees in Chicago.  Oy!

olive garden

 

Olive Garden®

 

Really no difference. ;P



Josh Catrambone said:

I was so excited for the same reason.... =(    There is a russian olive that can grow in this climate.


BruceBikes said:

For about 3 seconds, I read this literally.  Someone is planting a grove of olive trees in Chicago.  Oy!

Some suburbs, like mine are "railroad towns". They were developed before the sprawl during the 1800s as railroad brought commuters to them. I like in "downtown" Mokena, and it's reasonably bike able. I'm within riding distance of most everything I need, and in walking distance to parks, libraries, and a few food places.

So-called "streetcar suburbs".

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:

Some suburbs, like mine are "railroad towns". They were developed before the sprawl during the 1800s as railroad brought commuters to them. I like in "downtown" Mokena, and it's reasonably bike able. I'm within riding distance of most everything I need, and in walking distance to parks, libraries, and a few food places.

Streetcar all the way to Mokena?

Adam Herstein (5.5 mi) said:

So-called "streetcar suburbs".

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:

Some suburbs, like mine are "railroad towns". They were developed before the sprawl during the 1800s as railroad brought commuters to them. I like in "downtown" Mokena, and it's reasonably bike able. I'm within riding distance of most everything I need, and in walking distance to parks, libraries, and a few food places.

http://kunstlercast.com/ -- a good podcast. maybe relevant. 

No, but Oak Park, Berwyn, and Cicero are.

Jennifer on the lake said:

Streetcar all the way to Mokena?

Adam Herstein (5.5 mi) said:

So-called "streetcar suburbs".

Adam "Cezar" Jenkins said:

Some suburbs, like mine are "railroad towns". They were developed before the sprawl during the 1800s as railroad brought commuters to them. I like in "downtown" Mokena, and it's reasonably bike able. I'm within riding distance of most everything I need, and in walking distance to parks, libraries, and a few food places.

This discussion keeps turning friendly.

Why don't we 'celebrate' the opening of the Avondale Olive Garden by creating a Chainlink (Olive) Bar Night around it? Ha! We can petition for helmet hooks by the door. If enough people show up at once we can skip the nonexistent bike racks and just park in a car-parking spot.

colon getting voted out of office is long overdue. 

Cameron 7.5 mi said:

In a recent constituent letter, Alderman Rey Colón was overly excited by the new project.

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=nzv5lydab&v=...

To return to smug superiority--just so long as we don't have to eat there!

David P. said:

Why don't we 'celebrate' the opening of the Avondale Olive Garden by creating a Chainlink (Olive) Bar Night around it? Ha! We can petition for helmet hooks by the door. If enough people show up at once we can skip the nonexistent bike racks and just park in a car-parking spot.

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