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‘Traditional American’ Eatery With Bar Set to Open Near Lincoln Park Next Week

by Andrew Ramonas October 14, 2015 at 1:35 pm 3 Comments

Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar pizza (Photo via Facebook/Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar)A self-described “traditional American” restaurant with pizza, crab cakes and apricot margaritas is slated to open in Hill East within days.

Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar is scheduled to start serving dinner and brunch in the former Ninnella Ristorante space at 106 13th St. SE on Tuesday, it tweeted yesterday. Ninnella closed earlier this year.

Although the eatery bills itself as a restaurant with a wine bar, no wine is on its drink menu. Only $6 beers and $10 cocktails are among the alcoholic drinks it lists.

A representative of Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

But the restaurant says on its website:

Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar features a menu of Traditional American Cuisine, inspired shared plates, wines from around the world and specialty house cocktails. The menu emphasizes such cherished American staples as Fried Chicken, Shrimp & Grits, Jumbo Lump Crabcakes, Hush Puppies, Pastas, Flatbread Pizzas and Cheeses.

Our passionate and educated wine staff are eager to introduce you to your new favorite wine and to expertly pair it with the Menu. Bon Appetite.

The eatery will open for dinner Tuesdays through Sundays, starting at 4 p.m. Brunch will happen Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 pm.

Photo via Facebook/Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar

  • lane

    All I have ever wanted from this space is decent coffee to go on Saturday and Sunday mornings while I am at the playground. A 10AM brunch is a start!

  • I don’t get it. If it says it’s a wine bar, where is the wine? That being said, I’d welcome a new spot to try out if it has some good wine.

  • Steve

    Here’s to hoping they’re better at cooking than writing. Their about page is littered with random capitalization and improper comma usage. Not to mention a reference to their home on “Capital Hill.”


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