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Just read in the Tribune that Caliterra has an extensive cheese cart. Any experiences here? Is the selection good? How is the food and restaurant in general? I've been craving a cheese cart experience without the Tru prices, so am hoping for good news.

Article also mentioned wine, cheese, and chocolate flights at Eno on Michigan. Any comments?

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  1. Bin 36 has an extensive cheese selection, but not a cart. I'm not crazy about their other food (or actually the wine selection), but they have LOTS of cheese: http://www.bin36.com/menu.html#cheese

    I ate at Caliterra a few months ago and I can't remember one single thing about the meal, except that my co-worker said we didn't ever need to go back.

    1. We were at Eno fairly shortly after they opened, so things may have changed. They have several pre-selected suggestions, but you can get whatever you want by the piece (or glass). They have maybe a dozen cheeses, wines, chocolates. It's a cute place right on Michigan ave, so it's nice to people-watch there. The staff seemed quite nice, but we thought it was a bit overpriced (perhaps because it's a higher-rent area than where we normally hang out ;)

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      Eno
      505 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611