Good Fortune - Chicago
After hosting a brief stint in the defunct Sink|Swim space in Logan Square, the popular, crowd-pleasing Good Fortune pop-up has found a permanent home elsewhere in the restaurant-packed neighborhood.
Now situated in The General’s former home on California Avenue, a stone's throw from other local hot spots like Mi Tocaya Antojeria—turning this street into a veritable Restaurant Row—the restaurant seeks to elevate the ethos that earned it acclaim in the first place.
That means an emphasis on sustainable seafood and fish, prepared in elegant style with a nod towards seasonality. It’s all courtesy of chef Charles Welch, formerly of Honey’s.
Good Fortune's vibe is certainly inspired by supper clubs of yesteryear. In fact, THEY describe it as a "1970s dinner party," with the best of the era's music entertaining diners as they grub.