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GT Fish & Oyster

GT Fish & Oyster Review

The "GT" here stands for chef-partner Giuseppe Tentori, whose latest restaurant coup reinterprets the classic seafood shack as a refined, contemporary eatery, decorated with a few well-placed nautical details: think mounted shark jaws and rope buoy chandeliers. With an oyster bar spanning East and West coasts and dishes like smoked sunfish ceviche and a lobster roll stuffed with a full pound of chunky, sweet lobster, GT Fish & Oyster seems out to prove that this Chicago spot can tackle seafood as well as any coastal city.

Updated: 06-11-2013

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