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Gourmet dining at the kitchen table
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Klages, Karen E
Date: Jun 14, 1989
Start Page: 3
Section: STYLE
Abstract (Document Summary)

Not at Charlie Trotter's, 816 W. Armitage Ave. Here, in this tres chic, tres expensive French restaurant tucked in a Lincoln Park brownstone, one of the choicest seats in the house is not just near the kitchen, it's in the kitchen.

Neil and Wendy Freeman and John and Jill Levi jumped at the chance. The foursome-who admit they're regular customers and always wanted to "experience" the kitchen-became some of the first patrons to book Trotter's special table, which is draped in white linen and set with china, crystal and silver like those out front.

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