Monday, February 4, 2013
My Bike shop closes in Tinley. • Dickey's Barbecue closes in Orland. • Bank has discount coupons for Chicago Auto Show.
Pete’s Fresh Market may have abandoned plans to move into the former Dominick’s on LaGrange Road, in favor of building a new store at 143rd Street and LaGrange Road at the former Terry’s Lincoln site. But the grocery store chain based on Chicago’s southwest side has found a new tenant for the former supermarket at 15080 S. LaGrange Road in Orland Park. Michigan-based Art Van Furniture has signed a 10-year lease to convert the former food store into a 46,000-square-foot store at the Orland Greens Shopping Center. The project has an estimated cost of $2 million. Dominick’s closed in November 2011. Art Van has plans for more stores for the Chicago-area. “This is part of a planned expansion,” said Diane K. Charles, director of corporate …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Tinley Park café will be serving weekday morning coffee to commuters beginning Wednesday thanks to a 90-day contract it signed with the village. Officials are still looking for a permanent food vendor for the station.
- Joe Vince
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Starting Wednesday, local eatery Diana's Kitchen will be providing commuters with their morning coffee at the newly renovated 80th Avenue Metra Station. At least for a short time. The cafe will be taking the vendor spot in the station that Palos Heights-based bakery Isn't That Sweet recently backed out of before ever opening. The owners of Diana's Kitchen, have signed a 90-day contract to sell coffee, doughnuts and other drinks and snacks at the Metra station while the village decides on a permanent vendor for the location, said Debbie Thormann, a café employee who emailed Patch over the weekend. READ: Officials OK Bakery at 80th Avenue Train Station Diana's Kitchen will be open for business at the station from 5 to 9 a.m. weekdays, …
Friday, September 2, 2011
Live music, beer and food are the highlights at the second annual Southside Oktoberfest at Toyota Park in Bridgeview.
Fans of Diana’s Kitchen in Tinley Park will have to travel Bridgeview for the next few days to enjoy her cooking. Diana Petrauskis is closing her the doors of her local restaurant at 16707 S. Oak Park Ave. Friday through Monday so she can vend her wares at the second annual SouthSide Oktoberfest at Toyota Park. “I’ll be there from 5-11 p.m. on Friday, noon to 11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and noon to 8 p.m. on Monday,” Petrauskis said Thursday. Petrauskis will bring many of her specialties with her to Oktoberfest, including homemade chili, sloppy joes, pulled pork sandwiches, tamales, hot dogs, hamburgers and smoothies and slushies. “Our specialty will be the pretzel burger,” she said. “It’s a hamburger served on a pretzel roll.” …