LSA Whips Up An Architectural Feast In Restaurant Row

Dining Room

Dining Room

Chicago’s Restaurant Row continues to expand both physically, and in national stature, as more and more innovative chefs take chances on Randolph Street in the West Loop that they wouldn’t be allowed to in the high-pressure kitchens of New York’s West Village or London’s West End.

One of the stand-out restaurants is Grace (652 West Randolph Street), which has received praise from both local and national media.

While the most important part of a restaurant is what happens in the kitchen, an upscale dining experience isn’t complete without a complimentary dining room atmosphere.  The dining room at Grace was done by Chicago’s Lawton Stanley Architects, which sent over some photographs of their work at Grace, and some sketches that help explain the design process.

 

Author: Editor

Editor founded the Chicago Architecture Blog in 2003, after a long career in journalism. He can be reached at chicagoarchitectureinfo@gmail.com.

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