Trump terrace revamp opening over summer
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(Above) Outdoor patio of Terrace 16. Photos obtained from Trump International Hotel & Tower. (Click on image to view larger version.)

10-Jun-18 – A less formal, more American-cuisine version of Sixteen will open this summer at Trump International Hotel & Tower.

The 16th floor restaurant will be called Terrace 16. It will feature a 200-seat outdoor patio, an indoor dining room, and a new bar.

It is “a complete redesign” of the 3,460 square foot space, says the hotel, describing the new interior as “a warm design transformation.”

The restaurant will offer breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. The menu will include Ora King Salmon, Black Cod, Crispy Chicken, Sweet Corn Pasta, and “touches from the garden.”

The renovation cost about $350,000, according to a building permit issued on April 20. Langehaumer Construction, based in River North, is the general contractor.

Sixteen had been part of the 92-story Trump Tower since it opened in 2008. When Sixteen closed on April 28, 2018, it was one of only five restaurants in Chicago with two Michelin stars. Forbes Travel Guide gave it a five-star rating.

Nick Dostal Nick Dostal (left) will continue as executive chef. Sixteen’s former executive sous chef, Larry Feldmeier, was recently appointed executive chef at The Albert, the restaurant located at Hotel EMC2 on East Ontario Street.

By Steven Dahlman | Loop North News | sdahlman@loopnorth.com

Published 10-Jun-18 5:10 AM

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