Momotaro Japanese Restaurant was one of LG’s largest restaurant building projects to date. This fabulous space is 13,000 square feet spread over three floors in a vintage Chicago loft. Construction occurred in two phases, each with its own architect, which means LG worked with NORR Architects and JSA.
The restaurant features a bar in the lower level, a sushi bar on the main level, and a private dining space on the second level. Behind the scenes the back of the house includes two kitchens and a second floor management office. The property boasts a 3 stop elevator, an ornamental staircase, and an elaborate bar at the front entry, as well as the spectacular, high-end, finishes designed by New York interior designer AvroKo.