According to Fabio Viviani Restaurant’s website, Curfew will soon open inside the O’Hare Airport, located at 10000 W Balmoral Ave.
A representative of Fabio Viviani Restaurants did not immediately respond to What Now Chicago’s request for comment.
While an official opening date has yet to be confirmed, according to Curfew’s website, they plan on opening this location soon.
The first location of Curfew was at Hotel Saint Clair, marked as temporarily closed on Google. Curfew is described as the epitome of a classic American lounge intertwined with an exquisitely elevated dining encounter, featuring an eclectic blend of Spanish, American, and Italian influences. Within its inviting ambiance, bold ingredients harmoniously coalesce, set against a backdrop of welcoming decor, all orchestrated by a devoted team committed to the pursuit of culinary and hospitality excellence.
The essence of Curfew extends beyond its culinary prowess. It extends to the environment that has been ingeniously crafted to cater to a diverse range of patrons. Within these walls, the atmosphere seamlessly accommodates families coming together, ardent sports enthusiasts seeking a vibrant gathering spot, and even passersby looking for a memorable experience, according to Hotel Saint Clair’s website.
At the helm of this venture is none other than celebrity chef and hospitality developer, Fabio Viviani. Viviani’s culinary journey traces back to his early years in Florence, Italy, where his deep-rooted passion for food took shape. His quest for culinary mastery led him through rigorous training in Italian and Mediterranean cuisines at renowned hospitality schools. During this formative period, he had the privilege of working alongside esteemed culinary luminaries Alessandro Panzani and Saverio Carmagnini, further honing his skills and expanding his repertoire.
In 2005, Fabio took his talents across the Atlantic to California, where he laid the foundation for his US-based culinary ventures. Los Angeles became the canvas for his culinary creativity, as he introduced Café Firenze, Firenze Osteria, Bar Firenze, and Mercato by Fabio Viviani to the American dining landscape, according to Fabio’s website.