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Chicago's First Bonchon, the Korean Fried Chicken Chain, Opening Soon, Wicker Park Next

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The location is opening in the Chinatown Square Mall

Bonchon

The chain has a cult following.

The first Chicago location of Bonchon, the Korean fried chicken chain with the cult following, plans to soft open next week in Chinatown Square mall, said owner Kenny Chen. A grand opening will be held two weeks after, he added.

Plus four more Chicagoland Bonchon restaurants are already in the works, with a total of 20 area locations planned over the next few years, said Chen.

Chen said he’s signed leases in Wicker Park, “on Division, nearby Starbucks and all of the restaurants,” and Schaumburg, “across from Woodfield Mall." Both are scheduled to open by the end of this year or the beginning of 2018.

Meanwhile another franchisee plans to open Bonchon locations in Glenview and Niles, he added.

A cult following of the signature sticky, spicy and crunchy fried chicken has fueled worldwide expansion. Bonchon, based in South Korea, has U.S. headquarters in New York City. Founded in 2002, the chain currently has more than 200 locations, mostly in Asia, with more than 100 in the Philippines alone. The first in this country opened in 2006 in New Jersey.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


10 Things To Do In Wicker Park And Bucktown This Weekend

A Halloween festival, chili cook-off, and the return of Empty Bottle's handmade market are among the many events Oct. 12-14.

WICKER PARK — Happy Friday!

From a chili cook-off to a Halloween fest, here are 10 things to do this weekend in Wicker Park, Bucktown and West Town.

Enjoy the Outdoor Farmers Market — While You Still Can. The Wicker Park Farmers Market only has three Sundays left before the outdoor season ends on Oct. 28. Veggies, cheeses, meats and specialty items, like bagels, crepes, samosas, coffee and hummus are all for sale. Free. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

Chili Cook-Off. Workers from local bars and restaurants will compete for the winning chili at Midtown Educational Foundation’s 6th annual Chili Cook-Off. Money raised from the all-you-can-eat event will be used to assemble and deliver Christmas baskets full of food and presents to families in need. Suggested $20 donation, from 5- 10 p.m. Friday at Bucktown Pub, 1658 W. Cortland St.

Halloween Festival in Pulaski Park. The long-running fest celebrates its 20th season in Pulaski Park. Organizer Mitch Hutton says this year’s event — taking place this Saturday and next Saturday — will offer a zip line, pony rides, petting zoo, horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch and an animal show with snakes, hedgehogs and sloths. Admission is $10 per person. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1419 W. Blackhawk St.

Credit: Provided Avocado toast at Tricycle.

New Brunch Spot. Tricycle, the replacement to Silver Cloud, launches weekend bunch this Saturday, according to a news release. The options include avocado toast, a salmon plate, French toast and more. Brunch hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1700 N. Damen Ave.

Credit: Eric Allix Rogers St. Helen Roman Catholic Church is one of many spots architecture buffs can tour this weekend.

Tour The City’s Coolest Buildings. Hundreds of buildings across the city and more than a dozen in Ukrainian Village, West Town and Wicker Park will be open to the public this weekend for free tours through the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House. Free. Hours and locations vary click here for local highlights.


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