The Bourgeois Pig closes in Seminole Heights

After a short stint in Seminole Heights, Lysa and Michael Bozel's Bourgeois Pig has closed its doors.

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click to enlarge The Bourgeois Pig in Seminole Heights had a short stint off Nebraska Avenue. - Chip Weiner
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The Bourgeois Pig in Seminole Heights had a short stint off Nebraska Avenue.


In the print edition of the paper this week, CL reported that Seminole Heights' Bourgeois Pig, owned by Michael and Lysa Bozel, would transform into a new sports-friendly concept called the Mad Hatter Food and Spirits.

The change in course came partly from frustration with back-of-house issues, according to Lysa. However, that new plan is no longer.

"Mike and I have decided to close our doors and move on to new ventures," Lysa said in a message to CL Thursday. "We have listed the building for sale."

The Bourgeois Pig opened last December inside a 1920s bungalow at 7701 N. Nebraska Ave., serving up adult comfort food cuisine in a bohemian-chic environment. Beef stroganoff, red wine chicken and the Olivade goat cheese spread were among the diner favorites.

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