Heartland Cafe

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Heartland Café

7000 N. Glenwood Avenue

Chicago, IL 60626

Established in 1976.

Hosts: Michael James, Katy Hogan, and Lisa Smith

History]

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The Heartland Cafe was one of the featured locations in openhousechicago 2011.

Listed in Rogers Park 2016, page 12.

Heartland Sold

The Heartland Cafe was sold in late 2012. Tom Rosenfeld, the owner of Earth First Farms in Berrien County, Michigan, was able to buy a majority stake in the company, which includes the Red Line Tap, a bar and music venue just around the corner on Glenwood Avenue.

“The Heartland will remain the Heartland,” Katy Hogan said. There's no reason for anyone to worry about the future of the restaurant, she said. And Michael James added, sitting at a wooden table in the restaurant's bar: "I think it'll have a new wave of influence."

Read more: http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20121008/chicago/heartland-cafe-sold-yet-hippie-vibe-remains#ixzz2DS8NKhCN

Photos

RPWRHS photo F001-93683 shows shows Ndikho Xaba at the Heartland Café, 7000 N. Glenwood Avenue, in 1995.

RPWRHS photo H041-001 shows the Heartland Café, 7000 N. Glenwood Avenue, New Years Eve, December 31, 1999.

RPWRHS photo S013-2184 Heartland Café from Lunt & Glenwood Avenues, Wednesday, May 31, 2000.

RPWRHS photo S013-2185 Heartland Café from Lunt & Glenwood Avenues, Wednesday, May 31, 2000.

RPWRHS photo S088-022 Heartland Café, 7000 N. Glenwood Avenue, no date given.