It happens all the time. A star chef who has brought fame and fortune to a restaurant moves on. It's a bad place to be if you're the owner of an abandoned restaurant unless you operate in a big-time city with a deep culinary bench. Chicago is one such city, so when acclaimed chef Graham Elliot Bowles left Avenues at the Peninsula Hotel months ago, top guns were waiting in the wings. The high profile job now belongs to Curtis Duffy. He has the unenviable task of filling the shoes of Bowles, ...

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