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Restaurant News: Fulton’s On The River Closing, Parson’s Now Offering Brunch

By Lisa White in Food on Dec 16, 2013 10:35PM

The interior of Parson's Chicken and Fish. Photo via Facebook.

-Crain’s reports that Fulton’s on the River is closing in January to make way for a new restaurant from chef Tony Mantuano. It will be the first non-Italian restaurant for the chef and is scheduled to open this spring.

-The long anticipated Lagunitas brewery and taproom is inching closer towards opening with the announcement of a job fair today and tomorrow. Head over to DNAinfo for full details if you are interested in applying for one of the numerous positions.

-Parson’s Chicken & Fish kicked off their new brunch service this weekend. They’ve got some delicious photos of the offerings on their Facebook page, including a Monte Cristo made with pan de mie, tasso pork belly, gruyere, aioli and bourbon maple syrup. Brunch will be available weekly Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

-Time Out Chicago released their “100 best things we ate and drank this year” list. If you are craving some serious food porn alongside suggestions on new dishes to taste, its an absolute delicious goldmine.