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When we opened Mana, more than ten years ago, we were thrilled to be able to serve Michelin-quality vegetarian food in Chicago. When we decided to close our Division Street location and eventually move to Hayden Hall, we were sad, but excited about the possibilities for the new spot. We’re very sad now to tell you that we have decided—in light of the current health crisis—to permanently close Mana.


That doesn’t mean, though, that you won’t be able to taste Mana again in Chicago. When we open our new location of Anaba Handroll Bar later this year, we will be serving several of your favorite Mana classics, in addition to great sushi. Please come back here for all the details.


Susan Thompson and Jill Barron