New Chicago Restaurants We're Looking Forward to in 2015

Posted by Leo Clark. on Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 at 8:08pm.

New Chicago Restaurants Opening in 2015

A new restaurant popping up somewhere in Chicago is certainly nothing out of the ordinary. As one of the great culinary cities in the world, having a vast selection of first-rate restaurants and eateries at our disposal is just one of the many advantages to calling the Windy City home, and like years’ past, 2015 looks to be a bright and exciting year for the dining scene all throughout the Chicago area. Just recently, Eater Chicago released their list of the most anticipated openings of 2015, and of the restaurants on that list, here’s what we’re most excited about:

Armour and Swift - 1000 W. Fulton Market

Neighborhood: Fulton Market/West Loop

True to the surrounding neighborhood and its location inside the new 1K Fulton building, the name of this new, highly-anticipated steakhouse is a tribute to two Chicago meat packers, Philip Danforth Armour and Gustavus Franklin Swift, who by all accounts, were true pioneers of the meatpacking district back in the 19th century.

The Broken Shaker-19 E. Ohio

Neighborhood: River North

As one of the best cocktail bars in America, one of Miami’s hottest spots is making its way north to debut in one of Chicago’s coolest neighborhoods. And at a time when the craft cocktail scene is booming around the downtown area, it’s safe to say this should be a huge success inside another new River North addition—the Freehand hostel.

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Lost Lake - 3154 West Diversey

Neighborhood: Logan Square

As one of our favorite River North bars, it's hard to see Paul McGee leave Three Dots and a Dash, but on the bright side, he new concept over in the rapidly up-and-coming Logan Square neighborhood offers a pretty similar vibe with equally tasty drinks. If you find yourself over in the Logan Square area, make a stop over at the recently opened Lost Lake—you won't be disappointed.

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GT Prime - Location Unknown

Neighborhood: River North

If you like GT Fish & Oyster in River North, get ready for a mouth-watering, meat-centric version of this very popular seafood eatery, which will also open up nearby. Shared plates that focus on steak and various other cuts of meat are what to expect cuisine-wise, while the atmosphere is expected to be casual, while still maintaining a chic and fashionable vibe to blend in seamlessly with this hot part of downtown Chicago.

 

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