The northwest corner of Diversey and Pulaski is a parking lot today. But at one time it was the site of a lovely Chicago landmark.In 1935 the Olson Rug Company was expanding its Diversey Avenue plant. Company president Walter E.
Rewster of the Sea (aka tuna salad) at Rewster's (photo: Steve Dolinsky)There are dozens of coffeeshops in the city. By now, free WiFi, fair-trade coffee (usually from a local company) and Radiohead on the playlist are givens. What is less certain is the quality of the food.