Cafe Society

First look: Fooducopia's Corner Store and Cafe opens in the heart of Washington Park

There are lots of really cool things about Fooducopia's Corner Store and Cafe, which opened last week in Washington Park, but the coolest thing of all may be the fact that I can bribe my kid to ride his bike up there for toilet paper...with the promise of a fresh-picked carrot for his troubles. Yeah, believe it or not, the kid likes carrots.

If fact, he (and I) like an awful lot about this urbanized Wash Park food mecca that pimps an impressive selection of local produce and products (and all-natural toiletries). And the adjoining cafe, which serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week, is equally dedicated to a market-driven approach to good food, thanks to chef Richard Glover, an industry veteran who co-owns the market and cafe with Tim Lymberopoulos.

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Fooducopia's Corner Store and Cafe opening over Labor Day Weekend in Washington Park

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Lori Midson
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