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Aboyer’s rabbit and sage sausage ($13) is served over charred savoy cabbage and white quinoa with finger limes and topped with serrano ham crisps. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
The Berkshire pork ($27) features grilled loin and Thai-spiced braised pork belly with a pomme puree, morels and broccolini.
The Suffolk lamb ($25) showcases a grilled porterhouse lamb over a bacon-braised red chard and sunchoke puree.
Aboyer’s trout ($23) is served with edamame, pickled daikon radish, red miso glaçage and an okra beignet.
Erin Yarnall, Contributing Editor
4:00 am CDT July 14, 2019

After 14 years in business, chef and restaurateur Michael Lachowicz decided to close the door on his Winnetka restaurant, Restaurant Michael.

Instead of packing up shop and moving elsewhere when his restaurant closed, Lachowicz transformed the former Restaurant Michael into three unique restaurants — Aboyer, Silencieux and George Trois (which was opened in 2015). 

Aboyer, according to Lachowicz, is the most accessible of the three restaurants.

With the restaurant’s proximity to the kitchen, it’s aptly named after the French word for “to bark.”