Out with the old, in with the new!
The owner of The Restaurant at the Cheshire just announced this week that the establishment will close after business on New Year’s Eve to begin a renovation of its interior. Not only is the interior going to be overhauled, but the concept of the restaurant is getting a facelift as well! The new space, set to open early next year, is now going to feature small plates, a raw bar, and craft cocktails. A new name for the restaurant has not been disclosed.
Steve O’Loughlin, president of Lodging Hospitality Management who owns the restaurant, points to the hotel’s Italian gastropub Basso as the direction he is going as far as the energy in the space. O’Loughlin’s goal is to make the atmosphere more approachable. Among those assisting O’Loughlin in the renovation and rebranding will be Concentrics Restaurants, an Atlanta based firm, as well as Restaurant at the Cheshire executive chef Rex Hale.
Renovation work begins January 3rd and Lodging Hospitality Management aims to reopen by Valentines Day.
This article was inspired from an article on stltoday.com.
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