Explore the newest businesses to debut in Chicago

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Want to find out about the freshest new spots in Chicago? From a chicken and doughnut shop to a sports bar and game venue, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to arrive near you.

Do-rite Donuts & Chicken

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Looking for a new breakfast and brunch spot? Do-Rite Donuts & Chicken has added a new location in the Loop at 233 S. Wacker Drive. The Chicago-based chain has multiple locations throughout the city.

Breakfast sandwiches, including avocado, applewood smoked bacon and chicken sausage, are available, in addition to a chicken sandwich served on a doughnut. Gluten-free and vegan doughnuts are also on offer.

Topgolf Swing Suite 900

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Topgolf Swing Suite 900 is a sports bar and game venue that recently opened at the 900 N. Michigan Shops, Floor 6 in Streeterville.

The venue's website describes it as an "indoor sport simulator where you can play, dine and relax in comfort between rounds of your choice of golf, hockey, football, baseball and ... zombie dodgeball." The menu includes cocktails, beer and wine, plus sliders, salads, a meatball sub, macaroni and cheese and truffle-Parmesan waffle fries.

Bodyrok

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On the hunt for a new Pilates spot? Bodyrok has opened its latest outpost, located in River North at 714 N. Clark St. 

The studio offers hybrid Pilates, with equipment including a jump board, three sets of ropes and a bungee. In early days, the fitness center has earned five stars out of three reviews on Yelp.

Morphe

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At 835 N. Michigan Ave., Space 4042, in the Water Tower Place mall, you'll find the latest outpost of Morphe, the cosmetics and beauty supply chain.

The store offers makeup, fragrances, brushes, accessories and gift items. Morphe has garnered 4.5 stars out of four reviews so far.

The Dime

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Over at 2263 N. Lincoln Ave. you'll find The Dime, a new sports bar.

Korean pork belly sliders and Thai chicken flatbread are on offer, as well as spinach artichoke dip, hush puppies, deconstructed Caesar salad and house-breaded chicken tenders. Beer, wine and specialty cocktails are also served.

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