Michael Jordan's Restaurant

Michael Jordan's Restaurant

Michael Jordan's Restaurant

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Michael Jordan's Restaurant was a multi-level restaurant and sports bar located at 500 N. LaSalle Street in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. Named after Michael Jordan, a basketball player with the Chicago Bulls, the restaurant was once one of the most popular tourist spots in Chicago. It operated from 1993 until 1999, closing shortly after Jordan's second retirement.

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Michael Jordan's Restaurant billed itself as "sporty and casual",Zay N. Smith. "Jordan Shows He Really Is A Meal Ticket For the Bulls". Chicago Sun-Times. 1993-04-29. with an American menu. Dishes included steak, sole, pasta, hamburgers, ribs, chicken, pork chops, and salads, along with "Juanita's Macaroni and Cheese", which was based on a recipe from Jordan's wife.Allan Johnson. "Eating Like Mike". Chicago Tribune. 1993-04-29.

The restaurant was housed in a three-story red brick building, adorned with a 25-foot (7.6-m) high cutout basketball on its roof and a 30-by-30 foot (9.1-by-9.1 m) banner of Michael Jordan. The first floor comprised a 150-person capacity sports bar, a 6-by-20-foot (1.8-by-6.1-m) video wall, and a gift shop. It also contained a large collection of Michael Jordan memorabilia, such as jerseys, trophies, shoes, photographs, Sports Illustrated magazine covers, and children's drawings of the basketball star. The 200-seat main dining room, which...
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