Sixteen, the two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Chicago’s Trump Tower, is closing after 10 years and has seen “sales drop as low as 40 percent during weekdays in recent months,” according to Eater Chicago. The restaurant, which opened in 2008, is set to close on April 28 to make way for a new eatery with “lower check totals...to better appeal to the masses.” Current chef Nick Dostal will remain onboard, with a menu that still features French, Italian, and Asian cuisine—but that also includes “more affordable wines” and “a burger.” According to the food site, the changes “have been in the works for a while,” and it appears the Trump name has impacted business. This comes after sushi spot Koi, the restaurant in the now-defunct Trump Soho, also closed in June due to waning business.
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