Evanston Now readers have confirmed their interest in the food beat — placing three restaurant-related stories among the four most read stories last month. Read on to learn what else was on their menu.
Here’s a rundown of the top 10:
- New restaurant to open in Pete Miller’s space — Nov. 10 — Less than three months after Pete Miller’s Restaurant closed on Sherman Avenue in downtown Evanston, the building’s owners have signed a lease with a new restaurant tenant for the space.
- Up to 4 inches of snow expected, starting overnight — Nov. 10 — Evanston city officials say we could get two to four inches of snow from a storm expected to arrive late tonight and continue through late afternoon tomorrow.
- New breakfast spot planned on Church Street — Nov. 27 — The long-vacant downtown Evanston storefront at 812 Church St. in the Sherman Plaza development should soon become a new breakfast and lunch dining spot.
- Music and dining venue shutters — Nov. 4 — “Evanston Rocks” no more. The music and dining venue also known as Rock ‘N Ravioli today has a sign on the door saying it’s closed for renovations.
- Rogers Park man held on armed robbery charge — Nov. 22 — Evanston police say a 19-year-old Rogers Park man is being held without bond in the county jail in connection with an early morning armed robbery on Howard Street.
- Free Sunday parking likely to return to Evanston — Nov. 13 — Evanston aldermen appear ready to repeal the fees for Sunday afternoon and evening on-street parking that they imposed last year.
- ‘Too tall’ say foes of office tower — Nov. 21 — Three residents criticized the height of a proposed new downtown Evanston office tower during a Design and Project Review Committee meeting Wednesday afternoon.
- Developer’s death leaves project in limbo — Nov. 22 — Plans for a 40-unit townhome development in Evanston appear to be in limbo following the death last week of one of the developers involved in the project.
- Shot in the leg while walking her dog — Nov. 21 — A 46-year-old woman was shot in the leg by someone in a passing car while she was walking her dog near her home in South Evanston.
- Two Harley Clarke proposals aired — Nov. 6 — Advocates for two proposals to reuse the lakefront Harley Clarke mansion in Evanston described their plans at a community meeting Tuesday evening at the Civic Center.