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Jason Hammel, the chef behind Lula Cafe in Logan Square, has opened up a spot in StreetervilleNamed after the French-Venezuelan sculptor Maria Sol Escobar, who donated the first work to the museum, the restaurant's scale and design are unlike anything the owner's have created in the past. In typical Lula fashion, it's hard to categorize the menu. There are some seemingly straightforward starters, such as Marcona olives ($5), next to more ambitious-sounding offerings, such as chilled octopus with saffron chips ($13). You'll be able to order roasted half chicken ($26) and a dry-aged strip steak ($36), along with fried quail ($18) and stuffed prawns ($22).The Marisol salad ($13) and Marisol sandwich (on the upcoming lunch menu) were inspired by Maria Sol Escobar's recipes.