A successful chef leaves fine dining to open a casual eatery

01/10/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Chicago-based chef Andrew Brochu, who formerly headed up the now defunct Kith & Kin and briefly worked at Graham Elliot while moving it from one to two Michelin stars, is opening a new restaurant on Friday that caters to a more casual crowd. "It's typical bar fare on the menu and a couple of things that aren't," Brochu says. "That's what's exciting to me. To go from the fine dining realm and back to the Kith & Kin style of a comfortable place people can come dine two to three times a week."

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