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New Concept To Replace Townhouse

Café Lucci owners promise a quality, non Italian restaurant to compare to their existing Glenview eatery.

A non Italian restaurant operated by the owners of Café Lucci in Glenview will replace  sometime in October, according to Café Lucci co-owner, Bobby Arifi.

“We’re still working out what the concept will be,” Arifi said. “We will have the same quality and service we have at Café Lucci.”

Arifi and his brother and co-owner, Augie Arifi, have reached a lease agreement with the property owner and have purchased the fixtures and equipment of the existing eatery from Townhouse owner Restaurants America.

The Arifi brothers may have been paying attention to some of Patch’s readers like Stephanie Janower. “Another Italian restaurant within a block radius,” she wrote. “With Italian kitchen, Biaggi, Il Forno and Rosebud already?”

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Go With the Flow August 01, 2012 at 09:54 PM
While we are on the subject that the place never looked open and the parking sucks even if you want to run into Starbucks...can we bring up the discussion that another place in Deerbrook Mall shut apparent today...Bally's which was sold to LA Fitness in January....ummmm....Deerfield Village Board what the f is going on?
NB August 01, 2012 at 11:10 PM
The owner of Deerbrook is probably not renewing leases while they get ready to "renovate" the center. The upside to this would be less locker thefts to report in the Police Blotter.
Peter Greenwald August 02, 2012 at 06:08 AM
I like Trax was there with a group tonight. The place is busy good food (new menu) Sat outside service was good. My company goes there a lot.
Jason Olson August 02, 2012 at 08:05 PM
LA Fitness decided to close that location...had nothing to do with Deerfield. They also closed the Schaumburg LA Fitness across from Woodfield mall (meachum) the same day.
Ann Milstein August 02, 2012 at 11:51 PM
Who didn't know that modelling Deerfield's Downtown after Highland Parks wouldn't worK? Oh, did I call the intersection of Deerfield and Waukegan Rds. "Downtown" ? What about a restaurant that dosn't extract $50.00 for 2 for non-exceptional food? I miss the restaurants that have left for the grander plan. We still miss Bakers Square, What's Cooking, and the restaurant that occupied the space in the strip mall on corner of Deerfield and Waukegan before Deerfield's grand plan to recreate something that worked.

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