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Happy 30th, Heaven on Seven

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Speaking of 30th anniversaries, Heaven on Seven, 111 N. Wabash, turned 30 this year. I know -- I didn't realize it had been that long, either.

You'd think that kind of tenure would make the restaurant official. But here's what really does it: Heaven on Seven is no longer just a tenant. The restaurant had been renting its 7th-floor space in the Garland Building all these years, but after the building went condo a few years ago, owner Jimmy Bannos finally bit and bought the space.

"The legacy will continue," Bannos says.

How to celebrate? Through May, Bannos is setting the price of all entrees at the original Wabash location at $7.77.

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