SixtyFour - Reserve Room opens for nightly dining at Water Street

 
Daily Herald Report
Updated 2/5/2018 1:55 PM
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  • SixtyFour -- Reserve Room, a restaurant and private events space in Downtown Naperville's Water Street that features 16 reserve wines by the glass every day, is having its grand opening for nightly dining Friday, Feb. 9.

    SixtyFour -- Reserve Room, a restaurant and private events space in Downtown Naperville's Water Street that features 16 reserve wines by the glass every day, is having its grand opening for nightly dining Friday, Feb. 9. Courtesy of Loren Beadle

SixtyFour -- Reserve Room, a restaurant and private events space in Downtown Naperville's Water Street that features 16 reserve wines by the glass every day, is having its grand opening for nightly dining Friday, Feb. 9.

The venue will open its doors for nightly dining Tuesday through Saturday starting at 5 p.m. on the 9th and 10th. The new space will feature cuisine by Executive Chef Patrick McLaughlin along with 16 wines by the glass, and a large reserve wine list served tableside. Some items on the menu include Smoked Duck Potstickers, French Onion Soup Gratinee, Grilled Salmon with Ricotta Gnocchi and Shaved Fennel, Papparedelle Pasta with an Arugula Basil Pesto, and Beef Tenderloin with House-Made Steak Sauce, among many other options. One dessert not to miss is their Caramel and Rum Budino with Espresso Tuille.

SixtyFour -- Reserve Room will also offer 64 beers in bottles and cans, along with a top quality spirits list featuring 26 bottles.

SixtyFour -- Reserve Room, owned by Loren Beadle, sits right next door to SixtyFour -- A Wine Bar, which offers 64 wines by the glass every day.

"We're excited to finally open SixtyFour -- Reserve Room for nightly dining. Many of our guests at SixtyFour -- A Wine Bar voiced they would be interested in a quieter, more reserved space in which to dine, so we listened," Beadle said. "We've been open for private events since New Year's Eve, and will continue to provide excellence in dining and wine through our private events and nightly dining."

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