Japanese BBQ Spot Ryuu Opening In Logan Square, Letting You Grill At Table
May 13, 2016 - bbq set
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LOGAN SQUARE — A Japanese grill where guest will have a choice of barbecuing meats during their list is set to open in Logan Square this summer.
Ryuu Asian BBQ will underline a menu of Japanese yakiniku, meats and veggies to be grilled during a table, as good as shabu shabu, a stew plate where guest can prepare their meats in a gas during a table.
The menu during Ryuu Asian BBQ will also underline a singular preference of sushi.
“This is a code new judgment for us. We wanted to do something totally opposite for this area as well,” pronounced David Condon, who is opening a grill with his mother Anna and mother-in-law, who are using a kitchen.
Condon has a series of other Asian restaurants via Chicago including Thalia Spice Asian Bistro Bar in River West and Anna’s Asian Grill and Sushi Bar in Ravenswood.
Condon described a restaurant’s barbecuing setup as being identical to Korean BBQ, though guest will have a choice of carrying a meats baked during a list or to prepare a beef themselves.
The restaurant, 2766 N. Milwaukee Ave., will have 18 breeze handles of rotating beers from internal breweries and a preference of wines.
“It’s a new plcae for us and a new building. We wanted to do something unequivocally good and singular and different,” Condon said.
Condon formerly operated Anna’s Asian Bistro in a West Loop, though was forced to tighten a grill in Oct of 2014 due to issues with a landlord.
He non-stop that grill in 2011 during a early stages of what has turn a grill bang in a West Loop.
Condon pronounced he views Logan Square in 2016 in a identical light as a West Loop in 2011.
“We went into a West Loop when it was kind of identical to this, maybe a small before,” he said. “Unfortunately we didn’t have a good landlord. This conditions we have a good landlord and we are unequivocally vehement to be in this neighborhood.”
Ryuu Asian BBQ is set to open this summer.
“Since we got kicked out of a West Loop we’ve been looking to get behind into a good plcae and we’ve been looking during Logan Square for a while,” Condon said.
The grill is a latest business relocating into a retard that has been booming this year in a former Goldblatt’s building near a intersection of Milwaukee and Diversey.
Other businesses that have non-stop or will open in a building this year embody Hopewell Brewing Co., Unanimous Boxing Gym, Chiya Chai Cafe and Pinot’s Palette.
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