LAKEVIEW — Furious Spoon has closed its Lakeview outpost, bringing the ramen chain down to one Chicago restaurant in Logan Square.
Furious Spoon, 800 W. Belmont Ave., closed last week, said Craig Wolf, of Strauss Realty, which is looking for a new tenant for the building.
The 2,000-square-foot restaurant opened in 2017 at the bustling corner of Belmont Avenue and Halsted Street, according to Eater.
At the time, it was the sixth Furious Spoon location in the Chicago area, following others in Wicker Park, Logan Square, Revival Food Hall, Pilsen and suburban Evanston, according to Eater. Only the Logan Square location at 2410 N. Milwaukee Ave. remains.
Prior to Furious Spoon, the building was most known for housing Spin Nightclub, a popular gay bar that ran for more than 15 years, according to DNAinfo.
What was once a massive dance floor with raised platforms for performances is now a fully built-out restaurant with a 20-foot hood, full bar and 1,000-square-foot prep kitchen in the basement with a walk-in cooler. The building also has a rear patio, Wolf said.
Wolf is looking for “experienced restaurant operators” to rent the space for $12,200 a month, he said.
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