Bill Murray Just Opened Up A ‘Caddyshack’-Themed Restaurant In Chicago And It Looks Awesome
If you happen to be visiting Chicago at any time in the near future, you don’t have to venture far from the airport to hit your first must-see landmark. Comedy legend Bill Murray and his brothers just opened Murray Bros. Caddyshack Restaurant in the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel surrounding O’Hare International Airport.
The 8,600-square-foot space was designed by Atlanta-based firm, Z-Space Design, who designed the Michael Jordan Steakhouse, and has 237 seats, 31 TVs, a massive bar, and no shortage of Caddyshack memorabilia and gear. There’s also a lounge with a fireplace and two Golden Tee video machines. You will also find dozens of Easter eggs from one of the funniest sports comedies of all-time.
The Chicago Tribune gives more details the menu:
The menu is remarkably diverse, featuring everything from buffalo Brussels sprouts to a fig and prosciutto flatbread to Spaulding’s Hack salad (similar to a Cobb) to wings to prime rib to a Caribbean jerk pork sandwich to burgers to a quinoa bowl.
I’d award birdies to the chicken tacos and Crispy Potato Golf Balls (fried mashed potato rounds loaded with cheddar and bacon and served with horseradish sauce), a par to the jerk pork sandwich and a bogey to the fig flatbread.
Head over to EATER to take a tour of the restaurant.