Michael Jordan’s Steak House opened to the public yesterday (Tuesday) at the InterContinental Chicago on famed Michigan Ave.
The 6,300 square foot restaurant is spread out over a second-floor dining room and a first-floor lobby bar of the hotel. Jordan’s upscale restaurant accommodates about 160 people, plus a couple of 20-seat private spaces. The restaurant also is taking over the hotel’s lobby-level bar space, which will be expanded to hold 90.
The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner, with lunch entrées ranging from $14-$25 and dinner entrées $25-$45. Prime-aged steaks are $40 and up.
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Jordan is also a partner in another Chicago restaurant, one sixtyblue, which has been relatively successful.