In spite of the ongoing pandemic, Homewood diners will have four new choices available in the coming months, including 1) the Saucy Crab at 17620 Halsted St., 2) EmpanadUs at 1941 Ridge Road, 3) Don Goyo at 17536 Dixie Highway, and 4) Pita at 18155 Dixie Highway. (Eric Crump/H-F Chronicle)
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The village board on Tuesday approved steps toward two new businesses opening in Homewood. Don Goyo Fine Mexican Cuisine had a liquor license request approved. Love Events was given a special use permit. Love Events plans to open at 18675 Dixie Highway, and will host yoga, hip-hop dance and step[Read More…]
Owners of two proposed businesses will have requests on the Homewood Board of Trustees agenda during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 27. The board will also hear a presentation on the draft 2020 real estate tax levy and consider ordinances to formally establish a downtown TIF district. Zenovia Love is[Read More…]
Brittany Parks displays one of her specialty cakes. Parks is opening a pastry shop on Dixie Highway in Homewood. (Provided photo)
Matt Kahn, owner of Pop’s Italian Beef in Homewood, packs meals into a car for delivery to South Suburban Hospital. The restaurant is raising money to support local health care workers with hearty meals. (Carole Sharwarko/H-F Chronicle)
Homewood and Flossmoor businesses are trying to define a new normal as they contend with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. With a modified stay-at-home order extending until the end of May, some businesses across the state are adjusting their services while many struggle to stay afloat.
Larry Kane, at left, and his staff at Jonathan Kane Salon & Spa posted this photo on the business’ Facebook page on March 29 in an appeal to customers. (Provided photo)
Pop’s Snack Shop in Homewood is now open, andowners Richard and Rita Gavin hope theirclassic candy helps customersconnect with their inner kid.
This month marks five years for the Forever Yogurt self-serve frozen yogurt shop located in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center in Homewood. Josette Fourte of Homewood, who owns the franchise with her husband, Kevin, admits that she’s not a fan of traditional yogurt.
A craft brewery that needed multiple timeline extensions and received $100,000 in incentives from Homewood is closing its taproom at 18027 Dixie Highway. In a Facebook post dated June 24, Vice District said it was shifting focus toward distribution.