C-House, the recently opened American seafood restaurant and chop house in Chicago’s boutique Affinia Hotel, is understated, much like the personas of its chefs. Unlike most restaurants with celebrity chefs at the helm, C-House does not broadcast its affiliation with award-winning New York chef Marcus Samuelsson of Aquavit fame, who is busily expanding that brand around the world. His name is not even on the menu, which is especially understated in the brief descriptions ...
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