Having found a happy medium with its first concept, Bull & Bear—an upscale sports bar with an average check of $25 to $30—the principals of Twilight Traffic Control LLC in Chicago didn’t want to stray too far when building their next restaurant. But once their new place, Public House, gets off the ground this fall, they’re looking to spread the company’s reach beyond its home city.TTC’s three founders, David Rekhson, Luke Stoioff and Brandon Zisman, currently are scouting sites in Dallas, ...

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