DOWNTOWN — Fresh off opening SteakBar in Old Town, restaurateurs Brendan Sodikoff and Four Corners Tavern Group are going down by the river with their next project, according to a report.
The duo will open a restaurant in the office tower under construction at 150 N. Riverside Plaza, Crain's reported Wednesday. The restaurant will include a riverfront terrace and a bar off the 53-story tower's lobby, according to the report.
The restaurant opening next year will be the third for Sodikoff and Four Corners, which opened SteakBar last week and are planning a Mexican restaurant called Federales in the West Loop. Four Corners — a restaurant group owned by Chicago developer Sterling Bay — is behind Schoolyard in Lakeview and the restaurant proposed for Maggie Daley Park, while Sodikoff's Hogsalt Hospitality is best known for burger joint Au Cheval and other eateries.
Ryan Indovina, Four Corners' director, declined to comment on the plans. A Hogsalt spokeswoman and a representative of developer John O'Donnell, who's building the 150 N. Riverside high-rise, did not return messages seeking comment. The tower and restaurant are expected to open next year.
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