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An Argentinian steak and tapas restaurant has returned to downtown Naperville, Halsted Street Deli Bagel’s South Washington Street location has closed and a few downtown businesses are expanding.
Here’s a rundown of the changes:
Downtown Naperville diners can again feast on Tango’s “world’s longest steak.” Tango 2, an Argentinian steak and tapas restaurant and revival of the original Tango, opened in late September at 5 Jackson Ave. The restaurant replaces the place of Latin Fusion restaurant Delirio. The original Tango occupied the space on Jackson Avenue before Delirio.
Diners will find many of the same menu offerings of the first Tango, including a long skirt steak rolled up and served with chimichurri sauce, tapas and sangria, operations manager Sean Hernandez said. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and is planning a grand reopening for a date not yet announced.
Le Chocolat de Bouchard has opened a second Naperville location at 1807 S. Washington St. in the Hawthorn Square shopping center. Le Chocolat Bakery Chocolates serves cookies, macaroons, brownies, cakes and croissants. The new 4,000 square foot location boasts a 2,000 square foot bakery that employs 10 full time bakers. It is also home to the business’ design center.
Denim Soul opened Sunday at 26 W. Jefferson Ave. The high end jeans store also sells cashmere tops, handbags and shoes.
Riverwalk Family Dental opened its new location at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Webster Street in September. The new office offers updated equipment and on site parking, according to a news release from the dental office of dentists Jill Pasinski and Angelica Van Dyke.
“The new treatment rooms allow us to have less waiting and more time with patients for both care and education as well as ensuring that we can respond rapidly to dental emergencies. Digital equipment gives us better diagnostics on the spot, which means better care,” Van Dyke said in the news release.
Kilwins, a Michigan based chain known for its chocolates, ice cream and handmade sweets, is working on moving into the space at 36 W. Jefferson Ave. that used to house a Subway sandwich shop. The old fashioned sweets shop isn’t expected to open until late 2018, the company said Monday.
Kilwins has Illinois stores in Chicago, Elmhurst, Geneva, St. Charles and Wheaton.
Drybar, a salon that offers hair blowouts, is scheduled to open Friday at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Webster Street. The salon at 144 W. Jefferson Ave. marks the company’s third Illinois location.Naperville’s new rolled ice cream shop, Munchies, has closed while the store undergoes remodeling. The ice cream and snack shop at 22 E. Chicago Ave. opened in August and is expected to reopen with a new look and new food items Oct. 26, according to an announcement on the business’ Facebook page.
SixtyFour A Wine Bar, 123 Water St., expects to open a Reserve Room complete with reserve wines, cocktails and upscale spirits and seating for up to 48 people by December. The room will boast a “more elegant dinner ambiance” and will be available for private events, according to a SixtyFour news release.
Diners will find a “sophisticated but compact” menu including appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts. Exclusive wine dinners, weekly wine tastings and wine classes will also be held in the Reserve Room.
Halsted Street Deli at 206 S. Washington St. in downtown Naperville is closed. A sign posted on the door says the location has “gone out of business.”.