The Beat Cop’s Guide to jambalaya and soft serve

Bob Sirott

A Chicago police vehicle is parked in front of the Chicago theatre in downtown Chicago, Thursday, May 7, 2020. New Illinois rules about wearing a face mask over age 2 started Friday, May 1, when they can’t maintain a 6 foot social distance in public during COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Lieutenant David Haynes, a police officer who works on the North Side of the city, made his weekly appearance on the Bob Sirott Morning Show. Lt. Haynes, who co-authored “The Beat Cop’s Guide to Chicago Eats,” reviewed a couple of restaurants. He talked about Café Touché, a French Bistro in Chicago’s Edison Park neighborhood. Later on, the Lieutenant reviewed Kurimu, who offers specialty soft serve along with unique flavors ice cream in Little Italy.

The Don’t forget to check out Lt. Haynes’ podcast on YouTube. Got a restaurant suggestion for the Lieutenant? Send him an e-mail at BeatCopsGuide@Gmail.Com.

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