2/14/2013 05:22:00 PM

Pop-Up Restaurants Find Permanent Home in Evanston

Menu from Feast & Imbibe's first pop-up

Fans of the pop-up restaurant will rejoice over the newst addition to the Evanston dining scene. Company, opened by Eric Singer, who also owns Lucky Platter, will serve as hub for underground dining. The space will host a rotating schedule of chefs in the 500 square foot that will seat 18 diners.

Company will act as a temporary home for restaurants, and also as a test ground for chefs toying with new concepts. The first dinner will take place this weekend by Feast & Imbibe. The former Moto sous chef D’Andre Carter, along with Heather Bublick, is offering three Valentine’s Day seating tonight through Saturday. They are also planning future dinners at Company.

According to Evanston Patch, the next chef to cook at Company will be Erwin Drechsler. His namesake restaurant closed last year, and he will prepare a three-night pop-up on February 20, 21 and 22 with Stephanie Samuels of Angel Food Bakery.

1307 Chicago Ave., Evanston


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