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Closed: Masu Izakaya, Delhi 6, Edna's

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Kathleen Pratt

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Edna Stewart

Lots of news to report this Monday on the closings front, unfortunately. West Side soul food institution Edna's Restaurant served its last meal over the weekend, a little more than a month after owner Edna Stewart died of complications from ovarian cancer. Stewart opened the restaurant in 1966.

We also just learned that Steven Song has sold his Lincoln Park spot, Masu Izakaya, and the new owners have closed to reconcept. Masu lasted only four months. (Perhaps it wasn't quite the right fit for the neighborhood? At least, that's what we wondered when we saw a guy haul in an entire case of Bud Light when it was operating as a BYOB shortly after opening.)

Delhi 6, a quirky little boutique-slash-eatery in North Center, also closed last weekend after barely four months in business, according to the restaurant's website.

 

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