Thursday, August 30, 2012
I have so many restaurants on my Deerfield wish list-Italian really wasn't there.
Bobby’s Deerfield, a new American Bistro with an Italian influence restaurant is opening this fall in the former Townhouse/Red Star location. While I am excited the owners of Cafe Lucci in Glenview thought Deerfield was a good place to open a new restaurant, I am not overly enthused about their concept. Within a two minute walk, we will now have Italian Kitchen, Biaggi’s, Bobby’s, Rosebud, and Il Forno. Shall we just start calling Deerfield “Little Highwood” with all the Italian restaurants? There are so many other types of restaurants I would love to see in our town. Earlier: Bobby’s Deerfield Reveals Signage The first thing out of many friends mouths when I asked what type of restaurant they wished was in Deerfield, without hesitation, …
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Deerfield’s newest restaurant gets approval from Appearance Review Commission for its signs. October opening planned.
Bobby’s Deerfield cleared its first hurdle in the municipal approval process for its new restaurant in the Village when the Appearance Review Commission unanimously accepted the restaurant’s proposed signs at it Monday meeting. An establishment co-owner Bobby Arifi described as an “American bistro with an Italian influence” will plan to open in October occupying the space of the former Townhouse Kitchen + Bar. Earlier: Bobby’s Deerfield Takes Next Step The Commission was not only happy with the design of the signage, but pleased the tinting on the window of the former eatery would be removed allowing people to see Bobby’s activity as they pass by on Deerfield Road. “People should be able to see what’s going on inside,” Commission Chairman …
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Townhouse replacement starts Village review process.
Signs are up advertising the arrival of Bobby’s Deerfield, a new restaurant replacing Townhouse Kitchen + Bar and the Village’s newest proposed eatery has begun Deerfield’s municipal approval process. Earlier: Deerfield’s Newest Restaurant Will Cater to Local Taste Restaurateurs Bobby and Augie Arifi, the owners of Glenview’s Café Lucci, will present three signs for approval before the Appearance Review Commission at 7:30 p.m. August 27 at Village Hall. The restaurant plans to open for business in October. To better keep up with Deerfield news, follow Patch on Twitter and Facebook.
Friday, August 3, 2012
New Deerfield restaurant already has plans to offer some of what Patch readers suggest.
Bobby’s Deerfield owners Bobby and Augie Arifi plan to tailor their menu to local clientele when they open their eatery in October in for former Townhouse Kitchen + Bar location and Patch readers are wasting no time giving them ideas. The Arifi brothers already intend to do some of the things readers are suggesting. The most recent Patch poll showed customers are looking for some of the Arifi’s innovations though it does not appear the leading vote getter is part of the program. Earlier: New Concert To Replace Townhouse When readers were asked what kind of a restaurant they wanted to see in the space—the poll was published before Bobby Arifi told Patch his specific restaurant plans—their ideas showed variety. Of the 27 who responded, nine …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Owners of Bobby’s Deerfield promise a wide range of fresh, quality selections. The restaurant will take over the space used by Townhouse Kitchen + Bar.
An eclectic menu with fresh offerings tailored to the tastes of Deerfield is the goal of Bobby’s Deerfield, the Village’s newest restaurant opening in October in the location occupied by Townhouse Kitchen + Bar until Sunday. “Fresh will be a big deal for everything we do,” co-owner Bobby Arifi said. “We have good food, good wine and good people. The food will be what the people in Deerfield like. The menu will be in evolution. If there’s something we see that people like we will add it.” Earlier: New Concept To Replace Townhouse Operated by Arifi and brother, Augie Arifi, who now own Café Lucci in Glenview, the new establishment will have a few pasta dishes, a breadth of wine selections and a lot more, according to Bobby Arifi. There will …