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Elliotts, An Urban Kitchen, opens on North Monroe in midst of massive road construction project

Elliotts, An Urban Kitchen, is now open in the North Monroe neighborhood.

Chef and owner Tony Elliott worked as the executive chef at Fairchild Air Force Base before he and his wife, Raelene, opened the eatery.

Elliotts serves lunch and dinner weekdays, brunch and dinner on Saturdays, and brunch on Sundays. The menu features contemporary American cuisine fare.

Elliotts opened near the start of the $7.1 million North Monroe Corridor Project, slated for construction from early April through October. The project reduce the number of lanes from five to three, create more visible crosswalks, widen sidewalks and include more trees and benches.

The 16-block stretch of Monroe has about 80 businesses - including the new Elliotts - that are trying to make it through the six months of construction.

Elliotts is at 2209 N. Monroe St. On Facebook:

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