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Look Inside L2O

It's been a whirlwind couple of weeks for the restaurant L2O. First, celeb chef Laurent Gras announced that he'd be leaving the Lincoln Park restaurant and heading back to NYC. Then, just days later, Michelin awarded the restaurant 3 stars. Now, L2O has a new chef and a new menu, but one thing that (hopefully) won't be changing is the restaurant's design. The place was designed in 2008 by Dirk Denison Architects, who installed a bunch of ebony columns between the lobby and the dining room, along with several other unique architectural features. Head over to Eater Chicago for complete L2O coverage. [ArchDaily]