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Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to debut in Chicago

Want to hit up the newest businesses to open in Chicago? From a new hot dog stand in Humboldt Park to buffet-style dining in the Loop, read on for a list of the newest spots to land around town.

Lola’s Coney Island

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A Humboldt Park newcomer, Lola’s Coney Island is a spot to score hot dogs, salads and burgers that's located at 2858 W. Chicago Ave.

At this new eatery — courtesy of first-time restaurateur Jesse Fakhoury — get a taste of Motor City without making that trip to Michigan, reports Eater Chicago. Chow down on the famous Coney Dog with chili, mustard and diced yellow onion. Fakhoury's menu also has made room for Chicago-style dogs.

Other offerings include burgers, salads and shakes, plus specials like the ribeye steak sandwiches (available on Wednesdays) and Maine lobster rolls (available on Fridays). See the menu

Heritage Bikes And Coffee

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New to 172 N. Racine in West Town is Heritage Bikes And Coffee, a bike shop, offering coffee, tea and more. It's the city's seventh location. 

Bring your bike in for spring tune up, try on a new helmet and enjoy a cup of java while you wait. You'll find espresso drinks like americanos, chai lattes and cortados, plus a variety of teas and sweets. Really hungry? Try the avocado toast on sourdough or the vegan crunch wrap (it's filled with seitan chorizo, cashew queso, tofu scramble, pickled pepper, corn and black beans). See this spot's full offerings.

Market Creations

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New to 101 N. Wacker, Suite 103, in the Loop is Market Creations, an Asian fusion, New American and breakfast and brunch spot. It's the seventh location from chain founder Bryan Choi. 

It aims to offer a luxury dining experience without the surcharge, according to its website. You'll find cold and hot buffets offering salads, vegetarian and dairy-free soups and main dishes like crab rangoons, orange chicken, Singapore noodles with shrimp and more. (Check out the menu.)


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