Explore the 5 newest businesses to debut in Chicago

Interested in discovering the newest restaurant and retail additions to Chicago? From an international coffee chain to a brewery, read on for a rundown of the newest spots to arrive around town.

Max’s Restaurant

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Max’s Restaurant is a Filipino spot, that recently opened at 5033 N. Elston Ave., Unit 102, in North Mayfair.

This franchise has over 200 locations in the Philippines, eight in the Middle East and 17 in North America. Score a full chicken and add some sides, or enjoy an array of authentic Filipino cuisine at this new restaurant.

Hoots at the Fields

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New to 4059 W. Diversey Ave. in Belmont Gardens is Hoots at the Fields, a New American spot, offering seafood and chicken wings.

Score some original wings, boneless wings, jumbo tenders, buffalo shrimp, the buffalo chicken sandwich or snow crab legs at this fast-food joint. Pick one of 10 signature sauces, including medium, hot, TMI, 911, original barbecue, habanero barbecue, honey Thai chili peppers, lemon pepper and more. 


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At 1941 N. Cicero Ave., Chicago IL, you'll find the latest outpost of Starbucks, the chain known for coffee, tea and more.

This new Starbucks Coffee is a full-service café with a drive-through window for folks on the go. 

In addition to serving popular items like Frappuccinos, lattes, mochas, hot breakfast sandwiches and more, this location offers nitro cold brew as well. 

Lume Wellness

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Lume Wellness is a sauna and cryotherapy spa and massage therapist spot that opened recently at 351 W. Hubbard St. in River North.

Experience an IV drip, an infrared sauna session, booster shots, cryotherapy, cryo facials or a deep massage. 

Osito's Tap

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New to 2553 S. Ridgeway Ave. in Little Village is Osito's Tap, a speakeasy.

Per the business' Facebook page, "Osito’s Tap is a “speakeasy” style bar focused on the art of craft spirits, craft beer and craft cocktails. Our community-oriented bar brings a modern Latin flair to a classic, early 1900s Chicago vibe."

The business features a variety of beer on tap and homemade cocktails, such as the Last Words with green chartreuse, elderflower, lime, egg white, maraschino cherry and a rosemary garnish; the Xocol'Ha with chocolate Mayan tascalate, evaporated milk, egg white and a half cinnamon rim garnish; and the Automnal with rum, sherry wine, ginger honey, lime, apple bitters and dry apple garnish.

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