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The halibut with fregula ($32) at Mino’s in Winnetka features seared Alaskan halibut with a touch of wine, basil and micro basil, and comes with peas and asparagus in a very light vegetable broth with fregula pasta. PHOTOS BY MEGAN BERNARD/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Mino’s’ cioppino ($34) is a fish and seafood stew complete with shrimp, mussels and scallops tossed in white wine, garlic, tomato broth and olive oil. The stew is served with grilled bread.
At $14, the cappesante appetizer includes seared sea scallops, mushrooms and Parmigiano in a brown butter, truffled balsamic vinaigrette.
Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor
4:55 pm CDT April 16, 2018
From 1961 to 2016, Hubbard Woods Motors was a neighborhood institution where Bob Berger turned a simple gas station and repair shop into a local landmark which thrived from exclusively servicing Volvos since the 1970s. But when Berger decided to close up shop, the vacancy left at 985 Green Bay Road left many wondering what could possibly move in that could match or surpass the legacy left behind from the auto shop.