Story by: Christopher Placek | Daily Herald | 2/8/2021 6:11 PM Rosemont officials and a pair of family restaurateurs took the first step Monday to converting most of the former Hofbräuhaus Chicago into a new pizzeria and craft beer bar. The village board formally canceled Joe and Mike Matuschka’s lease for the cavernous 20,000-square-foot German beer…

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Rosemont’s Parkway Bank Park entertainment district will soon be home to Crust Pizza Bar—a new, contemporary pizza restaurant and lounge scheduled to open in summer 2021. The new restaurant concept will replace German restaurant and brewery Hofbräuhaus Chicago and will offer guests craft beer and handmade Neapolitan-style pizzas in a rustic yet modern atmosphere. Visit www.crustpizzabar.com to sign…

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Rosemont’s Parkway Bank Park entertainment district is thrilled to kick off the holiday season with the return of its Chicago Wolves Ice Rink. In order to ensure social distancing this year, the outdoor ice rink will limit capacities and advance ice skating reservations are required. 45-minute skating reservations and ice skate rentals can be facilitated…

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Blog post by: asailorswife.net If you haven’t been to Rosemont, Illinois yet, you just have to add this great city to your travel list! From the breath-taking architecture to the endless attractions, to the delicious restaurants, to the city events, and of course shopping! Here are some things to do in Rosemont: The Ultimate Itinerary…

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For a while the local geese may celebrate in local parks without much opposition except for an occasional dog walker. Orders from Gov. JB Pritzker, issued a week ago, have caused temporary closure of the Rosemont Park District facilities. To protect Illinois citizens from spreading infections from the new coronavirus strain, COVID-19, state and federal…

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The very advantages that make Rosemont an ideal location for convention business — being next to O’Hare International Airport and at a major crossroads of tollways and expressways — leave it temporarily vulnerable in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic. As one executive order after another from the state of Illinois and federal authorities…

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