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The cedar plank salmon ($22) features Atlantic salmon with a teriyaki glaze topped with citrus segments and asparagus.
The cedar plank salmon ($22) features Atlantic salmon with a teriyaki glaze topped with citrus segments and asparagus. Photos by Courtney Jacquin/22nd Century Media
MLG’s New York strip ($36), a 12-ounce prime cut of steak, is served with butter-whipped potatoes and mixed roasted vegetables.
MLG’s chimichurri lamb chops ($26) feature a grilled rack of lamp, stone-ground grits, fried leeks and roasted Brussels sprouts.
The no-bake layered chocolate cake, a chocolate lover’s dream, is topped with melted chocolate chip cookies and served with a side of raspberry sorbet.
Chris Pullam, Contributing Editor
9:33 am CDT September 29, 2016
MLG Chicago in Lake Forest, previously The Grille on Laurel, reopened three months ago following renovations designed to reflect the personality of new owner Marcus Lemonis, an entrepreneur and host of CNBC’s “The Profit.” But his influence affected not just the physical aspects of the restaurant — like replacing the centrally located fireplace with a floor-to-ceiling wine rack and adding subtle nuances throughout the dining room — but also the restaurant’s menu.