Pete Miller's restaurant opens next week in Naperville

Pete Miller's Steak and Seafood is opening Tuesday, Nov. 7, in Naperville at 3032 English Rows.

Following the original Pete Miller's Steak and Seafood in Evanston, the new Pete Miller's Naperville will bring fine dining and nightly live jazz music to the restaurant, which replaces Tommy Nevin's Pub in Naperville.

“We are thrilled to welcome everyone from the Chicagoland area to our new location in Naperville,” said Fred Gore, general manager of Pete Miller's Steak and Seafood Naperville. “It's been a huge undertaking, and we are excited to bring modern-classic American cuisine to the community paired with a strong jazz tradition unlike anywhere else,” he said.

Established in 1994, Pete Miller's is known for its steaks, fresh seafood and jazz. Pete Miller's offers guests a modern yet nostalgic experience, taking guests through the grand days of post-World War II as live jazz fills the air, all while enjoying delicious food and the world's best wines, Gore said.

Sonas Hospitality Co. manages the new eatery as well as others, including Nevin's Brewing Company in Plainfield, the Evanston Pete Miller's Steak and Seafood, The Kerry Piper in Willowbrook and Muldoon's in Wheaton.

A Pete Miller's location in Wheeling closed about 15 months ago and was sold to a private investor for about $2.4 million.

Pete Miller's Naperville, which has been renovated and seats about 250, will also debut a new menu upon the restaurant's opening. The menu is the product of Executive Chef Marcus Mooney and will feature appetizers, soups and salads, entrees with special additions and enhancements, including aged steaks, chicken, chops, and fresh seafood, shareable sides and dessert. Pete Miller's Naperville will also offer a special kids menu and event course options.

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  Pete Miller's restaurant in Wheeling in Wheeling closed about 15 months ago. Gilbert R. Boucher II/
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