Restaurant with Focus on Craft Beer to Open in Wilmette

The new restaurant featuring Italian, French and American food is expected to open by Memorial Day Weekend.

The Avenue, a 9,000-square-feet new restaurant featuring Italian, French and American food as well as craft beer is expected to open by Memorial Day Weekend on Wilmette Avenue, Chicago Tribune reported. 

The Avenue’s co-owner Mitchell Dulin says the average entrée will be in the $10 to $15 range and will feature multiple concepts under one roof, such as a lounge area, a family dining section, an upscale dining room and maybe even a Munich-style beer garden in the parking lot, Chicago Tribune reported. 

Just down the road, the Avenue will have some healthy competition when gastropub Nick’s is also expected to open around the same time in the former C.J. Arthur’s location. 

Several Wilmette families are investors and co-owners in the new project, which aims to turn the 1168 Wilmette Ave. space into a new, family-friendly tavern and eatery serving “higher-end traditional bar food and other offerings.”

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Madonna Wallace April 02, 2013 at 03:40 AM
We wish you the best in your new restaurant adventure! Chef Rob Wwwwilmettechophouse.com Wilmette Chop House 1162 Wilmette Avenue 847.278.2462
Madonna Wallace April 02, 2013 at 04:11 AM
Chef Rob www.wilmettechophouse.com
OceanSailor May 23, 2013 at 03:15 AM
After meeting the owner I wouldn't eat there.


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