Out with the old, in with the new

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By Timothy Inklebarger

Staff Reporter

New businesses came and went this year in Oak Park – so many that it was hard to even keep up. Here are just some of the new restaurants and businesses in the village and those that just couldn't make it to 2019.


Rare Bird Preserves, 211 Harrison St.

Kalamata Kitchen, 105 N. Marion St. (coming soon)

Poke Burrito, 1025 Lake St.

District Kitchen and Tap, 220 Harrison St.

Surf's Up, 6427 W. North Ave.

MORA Asian Fusion, 201 Harrison St.

Dye Hard Yarns, 1107 Westgate



Magic Tree Bookstore, 141 N. Oak Park Ave.

Two Brothers Social Tap, 100 S. Marion St.

Red Mango, 1044 Lake St.

Nature Yoga Sanctuary, 146 Harrison St.

Five Guys, 1115 Lake St.

Timothy Inklebarger

Email: tim@oakpark.com

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