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Au Cheval Owners Debut Their Dimly-Lit Sushi Den Today in River North

Radio Anago’s menu features sushi classics and fried chicken with edible gold

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Radio Anago sushi
Hogsalt [Official]

Brendan Sodikoff’s sleek new sushi restaurant debuts today in River North. From the company behind High Five Ramen, Au Cheval, and Maude’s Liquor Bar, Radio Anago is a dimly-lit 45-seat sushi den. It’s nestled on the same black as Gilt Bar and Bavette’s Bar & Boeuf at 226 W. Kinzie Street.

Radio Anago features a concise menu of sushi classics. Sodikoff praised the menu’s format: a one-pager with colorful illustrations. There are five rolls, including a plum and cucumber vegetarian option. There are also nine nigiri selections and a tuna flight of otoro, akemi, and chu toro. There’s also a special fried chicken option with buttermilk, roasted matcha, and edible gold.

Hogsalt designed an intimate 45-seat dining room.
Hogsalt Hospitality [Official Photo]

The highballs look like the start of the cocktail show with drinks including the “Kyoto Tonic” (Sipsmith gin, tonic, sansho pepper). While there’s plenty of sake and cocktails — along with a variety special shots — the beer and wine selection is a bit trimmer.

The restaurant shares a space with Sawada Matcha, the teashop that operates during the day. When the sun sets, the space transforms into Anago’s front lounge. Diners will pass through curtains to make their ways into the main dining room.

Brendan Sodikoff took a heavy role in the space’s design.
Hogsalt [Official]

Check out the menu below. Radio Anago debuts today in River North.

Radio Anago, 226 W. Kinzie Street, open 5 p.m. until late on Tuesday through Saturday.

Sawada Matcha

226 W Kinzie St, Chicago, IL 60654 Visit Website

Radio Anago

226 W Kinzie Street, Chicago, IL 60654 Visit Website

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