Celeste Announces New Team


Supper clubs are abound in the city, but Celeste takes the concept to a new level.

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Celeste. Photographed by Alissa Pagels.

Celeste is a multi-level supper club and cocktail bar that is a new take on the classic American drinking establishment. Located in a historical building created in 1888 by famed architects Louis Sullivan and Denkmar Adler, the lavish interior stays true to the original design.

Now, Celeste announces today a new partnership with Executive Chef Amanda Barnes, providing patrons of the multi-level supper club and cocktail bar with a fresh approach to American cuisine. Barnes comes by way of Mindy’s Hot Chocolate, where she worked as Executive Chef at the family-friendly American eatery.

“I find inspiration in everything, whether it’s at the market, flipping through my massive collection of cookbooks or drumming up different ways to use a vanilla bean,”

says Chef Amanda Barnes in a press release. “I’m inspired by how Americans eat and go through life mouth first, tasting different ingredients and experiencing diverse cultures.”

In addition to a new chef, The Deco Room at Celeste is joined by cocktail artist Arthur Horocki.

Horocki is known for crafting intricate, innovative and flavorful drinks in a high-volume capacity. He is committed to creating the best cocktails for Celeste’s customers who venture into their bustling River North location.

Celeste, 111 W. Hubbard St., has a full dining program starting at 5 p.m., with an additional late-night menu offered until 3:30 a.m. Tuesday – Friday, and 4:30 a.m. on Saturday. Hours of operation: Tuesday – Friday 5 p.m. until 4 a.m., and Saturday 5 p.m. until 5 a.m. For more information, access www.CelesteChicago.com.

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This article was written by Jane Bokun

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