New to Lincoln Square


Rendering Courtesy of Kemper Development Company.

This year, the Lincoln Square expansion will welcome a long list of new businesses to the area. In the fall, Nordstrom Rack will open an approximately 43,000-square-foot store in the new space. It will be the largest retail business at the new Lincoln Square, in company with at least 15 restaurants like Japonessa, Taylor Shellfish Oyster Bar, Duke’s Chowder House, Henry’s Tavern, and Wild Ginger (which will be moving over from The Shops at the Bravern). The W Hotel will occupy one of the towers and include 245 rooms and 11,400 square feet of meeting and event space. Cinemark Theatre will open in the spring and feature six stadium-seating auditoriums with the oh-so-comfy recliner seats, a full kitchen, bar, and exterior terrace. And, drumroll please, here are rest of the restaurants that will be new to the area:

Avo-Poke Poke, buildable bowls, and burritos packed with Pacific Rim flavor
Baguette Epicerie Meat and cheese shop and a cafe that serves baguette sandwiches and crafted soups
Barrio Luchador Street tacos
Burger Brawler Prime beef burgers, in-house smoked hot dogs, gravy fries, and shakes
Fat & Feathers Japanese ramen and Chinese bao sandwiches
Crosta e Vino (C+V) Napoletana-style pizza and wine bar
Civility & Unrest Speakeasy cocktail spot
Baron’s Xi’an Kitchen and Bar Cuisine from Xi’an and Mainland China
Capital One Cafe Cafe with free Wi-Fi and Peet’s coffee and tea, where you also can do your banking
Fogo de Chão Brazilian steakhouse
Chef Jason Wilson’s The Lakehouse, a farm-to-table Modern Northwest Farmhouse

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