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Most head chefs are chosen for their merit, skills, and ease in the kitchen. But at the new Alpine-themed restaurant, Table, Donkey and Stick, partners Shin Thompson and Matt Sussman—the former chef and general manager of Bonsoiree respectively—decided to go one step further in finding their next food collaborator, which is why they pitted six local chefs against each other to create a pop-up dinner menu of hearty European cuisine. Along with the general publics vote, Sussman and Thompson have since declared to Grub Street Chicago that Scott Manely—a protégé of Paul Virant—is the newest chef to join their crew. Sussman also mentioned to Grub Street Chicago that the new eatery—named after a Brothers Grimm fable—features a menu of "simple, honest food" that includes sausages and charcuterie. Freshly-made breads, from rustic rye baguettes to pretzel rolls, are also on hand to soak up the juices of hand-craved wild boar while glasses filled with Koval brandy warm the stomach and make the soul feel like Little Red Riding Hood stole Rapunzels hair and sold it to the Big Bad Wolf.

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