by Natasha Wolff | September 30, 2019 2:00 pm
A new French gastronomic experience has come to the Loop. The latest offering from Well Done Hospitality, François Frankie is a dining spectacular, featuring delights that include a modernized take on French classics such as escargot à la bourguignonne and foie gras torchon. Created by chef Mike Sheerin, of another one of our favorite Chicago eateries, Taureaux Tavern, the venue serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the week with an extended brunch menu over the weekend. Entirely on par with the food is the restaurant’s stunning decor, featuring original ombre murals in a sophisticated color spectrum of jewel tones and metallic, as well as a gorgeous custom-made carousel bar. We’re sure this restaurant will have tourists and locals alike flocking in for some influencer-worthy photos.
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