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Demand for additional space for reservations at Aboyer, the French Brasserie that shares the same roof as George Trois (64 Green Bay Road in Winnetka), has motivated a decision from the restaurants' team. Chef Michael Lachowicz has announced that George Trois's dining room will cease regular service and the space will take on a new role for the group - mainly as an extension of the Aboyer dining room. Additional events, programming, and George Trois pop-ups have been planned for the space on select dates as well. 

In a statement, Chef Michael Lachowicz shared, "The enthusiasm that everyone has shown for Aboyer has been truly incredible, and we cannot be more grateful, but the love that everyone has shown has created a good problem for us. Specifically, we need more tables to serve our guests. The bittersweet answer for me is to expand Aboyer seating into the restaurant George Trois. George Trois will not be going away completely, but rather taking on a new role for our business. I have planned monthly pop-up dinners and wine events, as well as cooking classes to continue allowing George Trois to be the vibrant and beloved space in Winnetka that the North Shore and all of Chicago has come to love and appreciate. Effective immediately, reservations will be stopped for George Trois, and all existing reservations will be either refunded or relocated to Aboyer to enjoy the lovely menu that has been crafted for that restaurant.

Thank you for nine years of happiness and the serenity that George Trois has brought not only to my guests, but also to me as both a chef and a person."


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