Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group is closing the lower level of its Chicago restaurant this week and, after renovations, plans to reopen it as Wollensky’s Grill in the fall. In addition, the nine-unit Boston-based fine-dining steakhouse operator is set to open its first restaurant abroad, a 15,000-square-foot unit to debut in London in March. Michael Feighery, president and chief executive of Smith & Wollensky, said in an interview this week that the company intends to ...
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