The 6,000 SF building, previously a Chili’s restaurant, was completely renovated to modernize the appearance and add seating. The new ownership also added two patios with outdoor fireplaces. The inside of the restaurant features garage doors that open onto the patios, eclectic multi-tone wood walls, and a copper bar front. In addition to indoor seating choices, which include spacious booths, tables, and high-top table, Bulldog patrons can drink and dine outside on both patios.
“Owner Matt Ahmeti chose this location because of the many great offices in the area, and opened up to large success with businesses people going out for lunch and dinner,” sas tenant representatives Steve Caton, CCIM and Nick O’Donnell.
The Rolling Meadows Bulldog Ale House joins five other locations in the Chicagoland area including Roselle, Carol Stream, New Lenox, North Aurora, and Bolingbrook. Soon to join the suburban locations, two new Bulldog Ale Houses will open downtown Chicago in Loyola and on State Street.