The Avondale community will host a new gourmet bistro, with Creole-inspired cuisine”


Chicago’s North Side is definitely becoming a hub for fantastic restaurants. The Avondale community adds another to its growing list of big names. CheSa’s Bistro & Bar will offer a fusion of contemporary Creole and American flavors in a refined atmosphere.

The 1,800-square-foot bar and bistro will feature homemade American favorites that have helped grow Chef CheSa’s pick-and-deliver business in the Avondale community during quarantine. “Avondale has given me a strong base to settle in and grow my business with its creative and diverse restaurant scene that caters to many different cultures. My little bistro is the perfect spot for my location, and I can’t wait for Chicagoans to experience the lovingly prepared, tasty food and craft cocktails,” said Chef CheSa.

The owner of this new establishment is no stranger to the food industry. Chef CheSa’s culinary creations have been featured in Ebony Magazine, Chicago’s Best and the Chicago Tribune (to name a few) as a foodie favorite on the Chicago street food scene. Chef CheSa also owns CheSa’s Gourmet Gluten Free Food Truck, which is the only gluten-free food truck in the Chicagoland area. The bistro will offer a bar and a gluten-free menu for people with allergies and foodies.

We are pleased to announce that the grand opening of CheSa’s Bistro & Bar will take place on Thursday October 20th, located at 3235 W Addison from 4-11pm. Prepare your palette for entrees such as grilled oysters; entrees such as chicken pasta made with creamy roux tortellini; finally, the dessert menu will offer dishes like fried cinnamon buns. There is something for everyone, including a children’s menu and vegetarian options. Also expect a delicious range of craft cocktails.

CheSa isn’t just the owner of the Gluten Tootin’ Free Food Truck, she’s a proud customer. After embracing a gluten-free lifestyle, she found housing more difficult than she had anticipated, culminating in visiting a food truck festival she could barely touch. Taking matters into her own hands, she launched her own truck that caters to honest foodies while honestly staying safe from all glutinous temptations. For more information, please visit their website at


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