Storefront Company, a farm-to-table spot that debuted two years ago in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, decided to capitalize on the popularity of its chef’s table by rolling out the experience to an entire kitchen counter. Down went one wall of the kitchen, and in its place is a chic white bar that begins next to the pastry kitchen and wraps around the perimeter of the main kitchen, abutting the pasta station and cocktail prep area. The counter now gives 15 guests an ...

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