The Atwood Cafe, one of our favorites in the Loop, has officially re-opened after closing last December to renovate the interior and give the restaurant a fresh, modern feel from both a decor and menu standpoint.
Located inside Hotel Burnham at 1 W. Washington, the outside of this historic, 1885-built high-rise is still as timeless as ever, but like most successful restaurants in a food-crazy city like Chicago, it never hurts to make some design changes or refine the menu every now and then, which is exactly what’s happened over at Atwood.
Executive Chef Brian Millman was brought in just before the renovation process began, who was charged with the task of creating a totally new spring menu, which will still be focused on contemporary American cuisine.
Additional seating has also been added to the Atwood Cafe, and while new furniture and a re-vamped decor have been implemented inside, the interior still hasn’t lost its historic roots that blend nicely with the the fabulous Beaux-Arts style Burnham Hotel.
For more information about the new Atwood Cafe in downtown Chicago, check out their website, view their menu, or follow them on Facebook today!