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Amy Morton’s second Evanston restaurant is scheduled to open next week, and the City Council moved to approve a half dozen new liquor licenses in town this week.

Eater says the “modern meaterie,” which has been in the works for the long-abandoned former Borden Dairy stables at the back of 1016 Church St. for more than a year-and-a-half, will have a selection of steaks along with pork, chicken and other dishes on its dinner menu when it opens next Tuesday.

Morton is well known in town for her Found Kitchen a few blocks away on Chicago Avenue.

The City Council Monday night approved for introduction:

  • A Class D liquor license for Asian Cajun Too, which opened recently at 1322 Chicago Ave.
  • A Class T liquor license for The Caterist at 940 Pitner Ave.

And it both introduced and gave final approval to:

  • A Class P-4 liquor license for North Shore Cider at 707 Howard St.
  • A Class U liquor license for Studio 5 at Dance Center Evanston, 1934 Dempster St.
  • A Class D liquor license for Sam’s Chicken and Ribs at 1639 Orrington Ave.
  • A Class P-3 liquor license for Meta Wine, a wholesale and retail wine shop moving into the former Piccolo Theatre space at 600 Main St.

The council also introduced a new liquor license class that would permit the sale of booze at the new Quad Indoor Sports dome on Oakton Street.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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