Hardrock Cafe, which opened in 2013 in downtown Chicago, has long been known as a Greek-style cafe, but its latest venture has drawn the attention of other cities, including Los Angeles and New York.
The Hardrock cafe at 16th Street and Washington Avenue is located in the heart of the historic West Side neighborhood, which has seen a resurgence in foodie activity.
The cafe’s owners, John and Susan C. Fisk, have said the restaurant is dedicated to bringing people together in a shared experience of food, music, art and wine.
They said the menu changes regularly and the restaurant offers free Wi-Fi to its customers.
“We are not a cafe or restaurant, we are a place of love,” John Fisk said in a video posted on Facebook.
“We are a space where people can come to be with each other, where people come to make friends, where they can share stories, where we can celebrate together, and where people are free to be whoever they are.”
Hardrock Cafe opened in March 2018.
The space has seen some changes since then.
The original location, which housed a Greek bakery, closed in February.
Hardrock’s new location is at the corner of Washington and Washington avenues.
The restaurant’s menu also changes regularly, with new dishes being created every week.
“Our focus is on the food and the wines, the spirits and the art,” Susan C Fisk told ABC News.
“There’s a lot of different things we are trying to do.
The menu changes every week.”
Hard Rock Cafe is located at 1601 N. Washington Ave., Chicago, IL 60654.
The chain restaurant is owned by the Fisks, who have been in the food business for almost 30 years.