Dan Wolf, longtime proprietor of The Bagel Restaurant, dies at 77
CHICAGO (CBS) — Dan Wolf, the longtime proprietor of The Bagel Restaurant on Broadway and a pacesetter within the Lakeview group, died final week.
Ald. Tom Tunney (forty fourth) introduced in his ward e-newsletter that Wolf handed away on Friday, July 1, on the age of 77.
Wolf was born in the course of the Holocaust in a focus camp, and later moved to Chicago on the age of 4 together with his surviving members of the family, in accordance with Tunney.
The authentic location of The Bagel was based in 1950 by Wolf’s grandparents, Chaim and Elsa Golezner, and Wolf’s mother and father, Ruth and Edward Wolf, according to Wolf’s obit.
“He typed the daily menus because was the only family member that had mastered enough English at the time,” Wolf’s obit stated.
The Bagel was initially positioned at 4806 N. Kedzie Ave. within the Albany Park neighborhood. In 1977, The Bagel moved from Albany Park to 3000 W. Devon Ave. in West Rogers Park. The Bagel in flip moved from that location to its present area at 3107 N. Broadway in 1992.
The Bagel additionally opened a location on the Old Orchard Shopping Center in Skokie in 1987. That location closed in 2018.
Wolf was additionally a commissioner and president of the Lake View East Chamber of Commerce, his obit famous.
Wolf is survived by his partner of greater than 60 years, Mitchell Kaufman; his aunt, Haya Golezner; and plenty of pals, in accordance with his obit.