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Restaurant Visit: Fish Bar in Chicago

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Restaurant Visit: Fish Bar in Chicago

Izabella Simmons July 29, 2011

Located in the heart of Chicago, the Fish Bar, owned by David Morton and Michael Kornick, is a 30-seat diner with a rustic nautical interior—weathered wood, industrial stools and lighting, and a daily chalkboard menu. For more information, go to Fish Bar Chicago.

Above: Fish Bar logo

Above: A mix of Industrial metal stools provides seating (for a similar distressed wood panel look, consider Scrapwood Wallpaper-02 by Piet Hein Eek; $199 per roll at the Wallpaper Collective).

Above: For similar lighting, go to Barn Light Electric.

Above: The daily seafood menu is written on a large chalkboard.

Above: Shelving made from reclaimed wooden planks.

Above: A handmade canoe hang as decor in the dining room.

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