Chicago, IL, April 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Scoozi!, located in Chicago’s River North at 410 West Huron, features a fabulous 40-seat Outdoor Patio, which opens May 1, 2007 weather permitting. Situated outside the restaurant on Huron Street, the Patio is open seven days a week.
An Italian Renaissance Trattoria, Scoozi! focuses on high-quality seasonal ingredients pulled from the many regions of Italy. Marked by rich, mahogany wood and leather banquettes, the airy loft setting offers both snug nooks for intimate dining and large tables for group entertaining, offering accommodations for parties of two to 350. Large Italian windows separate cozy dining sections from the 310-seat dining room.
Overseen by LEYE Wine and Spirits Director Alpana Singh, Scoozi!’s 950-bottle wall of wine greets guests at the door, featuring countless selections for both novices and connoisseurs alike. While the extensive menu often offers pairing selections for each dish, Scoozi!’s staff is always available for questions and recommendations.
Of particular note is Scoozi!’s newly-renovated party room, which can be completely closed off for private affairs or opened up to allow viewing of the entire restaurant, while still retaining an element of privacy. Retaining the same look and feel of the restaurant with their sophisticated design and warm tones, this space now seats up to 85 guests for elegant sit-down dinners.
Scoozi!, is open for dinner seven nights a week. Dinner is served Monday through Thursday 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Private catering services are available for special events. Valet parking is available nightly.
Scoozi! is a Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises Inc.® (LEYE) restaurant. Based in Chicago, LEYE is one of the nation’s leading independent restaurant groups, owning, managing or licensing more than 50 establishments in Illinois, Arizona, Minnesota, Maryland and Nevada. The establishments range from the casual style and cuisine of the original restaurant, R.J. Grunts, to the formal elegance of Ambria, Everest and Tru.