Dale Levitski, a runner-up from the third season of “Top Chef,” impetuously took over a new restaurant in Chicago last week. It wasn’t exactly the lavish place he envisioned; instead, he’s calling the shots at Sprout, a 50-seat French-American Bistro that opened in Lincoln Park a month earlier. Sprout has already stumbled in its early life, but Levitski might have the power to get it on track. The first hurdle is the $60 three-course menu, which leaves virtually everything to the ...

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