RAVENSWOOD — Land & Lake is opening a restaurant in Ravenswood Friday in the aged Fountainhead location.
The restaurant, which specializes in modern takes on basic American dishes and craft cocktails, opens 4 p.m. Friday at 1970 W. Montrose Ave. The hours this week will be 4-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 4-9 p.m. Sunday.
The cafe will reopen up coming 7 days 4-11 p.m. Thursday via Saturday, and 4-9 p.m. Sunday.
“The cafe will emphasis on expanding to evening meal company day-to-day and then weekend brunch in the coming weeks,” LM Restaurant Group’s communications director Lauren Hammond explained.
The Montrose Avenue location is Land & Lake’s third locale, next outposts in Andersonville and Downtown.
Renovations doubled the restaurant’s ability to 160 seats and a much more relaxed rooftop patio, Hammond claimed.
The patio now has a dumbwaiter to permit customers to delight in the restaurant’s complete menu whilst seated there, Hammond reported.
“The big lined bar region is comprehensive with ceiling enthusiasts and umbrellas provide shade to the open up rooftop making the room the excellent put to love a gorgeous Chicago day,” she stated.
The new entrepreneurs also whitewashed brick walls to accent the eating location, Hammond said. They also commissioned Chicago artist Jason Brammer develop a custom made wall mural depicting a composite street view of traditionally major buildings in Ravenswood including All Saints Episcopal Church, Krause Tunes Retail outlet constructing, the Dr. Wallace C. Abbott Dwelling and the Deagan Constructing, Hammond reported.
The menu is very similar to the Andersonville area and capabilities merchandise like a buffalo marinated crispy cauliflower with fried onions and a vegan corn sauce a burger with American cheese, household made dill pickles, onions and Thousand Island dressing and a 15oz boneless seared 50 % hen with garlic, olive and thyme, served with fresh lower fries and residence pickles, stated Lauren Hammond, Hammond stated.
“Given the restaurant’s proximity to Chicago’s famed Malt Row, Land & Lake Ravenswood will concentrate on highlighting domestically brewed beers and craft cocktails applying locally and regionally distilled liquors, Hammond said.
Cocktails contain Strawberry Fields manufactured with CH Distillery rum and Amargo de Chile, strawberry straightforward syrup and lime juice the Bourbon Mule made with with Jeppson’s Bourbon, lime juice and ginger beer and the Mango sparkling cocktail designed with with Rhine Corridor mango brandy, very simple syrup, lemon juice and glowing wine, she stated.
Fountainhead closed just after 10 many years in the neighborhood in November 2020, among the numerous eating places and firms compelled to closed throughout the pandemic.
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