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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliché View Post
    New Common Good Cocktail House in Glen Ellyn to offer specialty cocktails (link) Suburban Life

    "The owners of Common Good Cocktail House hope those who enter the cocktail lounge and boutique spirit shop will feel right at home. "We want this space to be an extension of our living room," said Chad Hauge, one of the co-owners of Common Good. "It's about bringing people to the space and giving strangers a spot to sit next to each other and enjoy a drink together."

    To create that sense of togetherness, the furniture inside the establishment includes a 17-foot-long upholstered bench. Chad Hauge co-owns the establishment with his wife, Alicia Hauge, who also serves as director of operations for Common Good. Mike Melazzo is another co-owner.

    Common Good is at 560 Crescent Blvd. in downtown Glen Ellyn, across the street from the Metra train station. It is expected to open Sept. 15.

    They tried out their..."
    Walked by this morning, very doubtful it will open today. Perhaps next week

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    #fakebooze

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    Posted on Facebook that the opening is not far off

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    Yoss, looks like Friday.

    Attention cocktail nerds: Common Good opening in downtown Glen Ellyn — Daily Herald

    "If you're a cocktail nerd, then you're eagerly awaiting the Friday opening of Common Good in downtown Glen Ellyn. If you're new to craft cocktails and had no idea a centrifuge is actually a bartender's coolest toy, you might think the sophisticated and inventive drinks are a little intimidating.

    But the owners of the new cocktail house across from the Metra station want you to check all those kinds of assumptions at the door. "When someone comes in and is like 'I don't know anything about cocktails,' that to me is a very sacred thing," said Mike Melazzo, one of the owners. "It's like you're giving a lot..."

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