- Welcome to Maison
- A long view of the main dining room
- An elegant bread station sits in the middle of the room
- This gorgeous view overlooks the park
- If you're back is to this you miss a dramatic view ... but you'll face windows looking into the park
- Impressionist paintings sit above rust-colored leather banquettes
- The back room is filled with light from large windows
- Grab a seat in the casual bar
[Photo: Tim Hiatt]
Earlier this week, Peter and Sue Kim-Drohomyrecky released the menu and opening date of their new French restaurant Maison. Now, they want you to take a look around in anticipation of the Lakeshore East restaurant, set above their new diner, Eggy's, opening for dinner tonight.
The restaurant, set overlooking Benton Park, was designed by 555 International and taps into the feeling of a French home. With lamps covered in resin-dipped lace doilies, a few alcohol-fueled fireplaces and a bread-and-butter station set in the middle of the room, the space is at the same time warm yet modern.
The 80-seat dining room, opening tonight, is accessed from the main glass-enclosed entrance. Across the way, a more casual 45-seat bar area has distressed light French wood tables, white wood floors and a chalkboard-painted back bar. Guests will be able to access and look out onto the large, wraparound 70-seat patio, which will open in July. If you can't make it down this weekend, get a sneak peek at it all now.
· Check Out the Menu at Maison, Opening May 25 [~EChi~]
· Check Out Renderings of Maison [~EChi~]