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Chicago bars reopen after new rules begin Wednesday

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Wednesday was the first day hundreds of Chicago bars that don’t serve food could reopen to serve customers in an open-air setting.
The green light came down from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office Monday, finally applying the same rules that went into effect weeks ago for restaurants and food-serving bars to alcohol-only bars and microbreweries.
“It feels like opening day,” said Melani Domingues, who owns The Green Lady tavern in Lake View. Mitch Dudek has the story…
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