Senza seems to be on a roll….and now on a biscuit and muffin too! Since opening last fall, Senza continues to wow the fine-dining scene, with Chef Noah Sandoval’s imaginative take on new American cuisine….all while remaining surprisingly 100% gluten-free.
Now, Senza owners Susan McMillan and Amelia Fonti, both avid bakers, have launched a mornings-only, gluten-free bakery from within the tiny jewel box of a space, located at 2873 North Broadway, Chicago. Open 9 a.m. to Noon Tuesdays through Fridays, the line-up includes:
As things may tend to be gobbled-up quickly, McMillan and Fonti advise ordering ahead, by calling the bakery line direct at 773-944-0332. In addition to Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. to Noon bakery hours, Senza serves dinner 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Brunch 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Senza, 2873 North Broadway, Chicago, Illinois.
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Sawbridge Studios gears-up for an American Made Christmas with these fantastic holiday ideas, each made by skilled, one-of-a-kind local artisans from around Chicago and the Midwest:
WOODEN SNOWMAN –Popular Chicago-area folk artist Marie Roth uses local reclaimed wood to create snowmen – complete with the smallest carrot noses you’ve ever seen! $60.
CHICAGO HOLIDAY NOTE CARDS – Local artist Denny O’Malley shares his passion for Chicago and its iconic imagery with a series of assorted Chicago-centric holiday note cards. Box of 8, $32.
RE-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS – Wisconsin crafter Katie Ames uses vintage-inspired detailing to re-purpose soft, snugly sweaters into cozy Christmas Stockings. $60.
CHICAGO HOLIDAY COASTERS – Toast holiday cheer with Chicago artist Denise Riesen’s marble coasters, each depicting various holiday scene around the city. Set of 4, $48.
SNOW PEOPLE – From the kiln of potter Sandra McKenzie studio in the tiny town of Washington, Illinois, come these adorable handmade snow people. $90 pair.
Headquartered in a converted 1880s livery stable at 1015 Tower Court, Sawbridge Studios features the works of over 80 individual, one-of-a-kind craftsmen, artisans and furniture makers from around the country, and has become the largest retail source in the U.S. for handcrafted, American-made furniture and accessories.
Gentle rumblings have been making their way through Chicago recently, as top Chicago restaurant veteran Noah Sandoval (Schwa, Green Zebra, C-House, Takashi, Spring) quietly works behind-the-scenes of Senza, an intimate jewel box of a space recently opened at 2873 North Broadway.
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Join more than 60 top, one-of-a-kind furniture makers, designers, artisans and craftsmen from around the country as they head to Milwaukee’s architecturally renowned Harley-Davidson Museum this weekend for the Fine Furnishings Show.
Now in its 7th year, the show has established itself as the preeminent source for heirloom-quality, hand-crafted furniture, accessories, art and more – all available for sale, order, or commission – becoming the largest show of its type in the Midwest. Located just 90-minutes from Chicago, the Fine Furnishings Show continues to attract discerning audiences from Chicago and the Midwest, and makes for a perfect fall weekend or day trip destination.
The Fine Furnishings Show runs Friday October 5 from 4 pm to 8 pm, Saturday October 6 from 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday, October 7 from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is $10, or $15 for any two days. The Harley-Davidson Museum is located at 400 West Canal Street, Milwaukee. For more information visit: www.FineFurnishingsShow.com