Diners at North Pond, located in the heart of Chicago’s Lincoln Park, can’t help but notice the changing seasons as they walk to the restaurant or look out its windows. Its park setting is most fitting for a restaurant dedicated to serving seasonal foods.A lagoon, complete with migrating geese, ducks, blue herons and century-old trees, makes visitors keenly aware of the time of year. Also, there is no road or parking lot outside the front or back door, requiring diners to walk on a paved ...
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