It looks like the former location of Two Fish Art Glass is going to be reinvented as a diner. Their website isn't very informative but the Forest Park Review did run a story about the diner a few weeks ago:

All aboard! The Junction, a train-themed family restaurant will open in the former Two Fish Art Glass space at 7401 Madison St., this summer. The restaurant was dreamed up by parents-of-toddlers Brad Wahl and Kate Crawford Wahl of Riverside. Kate grew up in Forest Park. The diner will provide seating for up to 77 customers.

Sounds interesting. I'll be curious to see how it turns out.

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Comment by Bri on March 12, 2012 at 1:42pm

Cool!  My daughter loves the train-themed restaurant in Glen Ellyn.

Comment by Brad on March 12, 2012 at 12:53pm

Sounds like a concept that's used in a number of western suburbs, including Glen Ellyn (the Depot).  Probably will have a train that circles around the restaurant.

Good luck.

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