Steakhouse to open in River North broadcast museum
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Photo by Steven Dahlman

(Above) North side of Museum of Broadcast Communications, where a modern steakhouse/chic lounge will open next year.

11-Jun-14 – A steakhouse known by the letters S-T-K will open next year in the ground and second floors of River North’s Museum of Broadcast Communications.

The ONE Group Hospitality, Inc. announced on Tuesday it has signed a lease for 13,000 square feet at the museum on North State and West Kinzie Streets.

The company describes STK as a blend of a modern steakhouse and chic lounge.

LEADERS Magazine “We’re confident that STK’s unique blend of innovative menu, vibrant lounge scene, and high-energy atmosphere will resonate well with those consumers looking for a modern fine dining steakhouse destination,” said CEO Jonathan Segal (left).

The ONE Group owns or is otherwise involved with 31 venues, including services for hotels and casinos, in New York, Miami, Las Vegas, and other cities. Chicago will be the company’s tenth STK location and one of two opening in 2015. The other will be in Orlando.

Greg Clark Photography

(Above) The STK in Miami. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

By Steven Dahlman | Loop North News |

Published 11-Jun-14 3:13 AM

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