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Braised lamb shank with rosemary ($12) comes with golden baby potatoes at Maestro Grill in Northbrook. (Photos by Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media)
The rib eye steak sandwich ($13) has caramelized onions and horseradish sauce on grilled marble rye with a side of fries.
Seared sesame-crusted ahi tuna ($13) comes with ginger, wasabi and spicy mayo.
The pan-fried cod ($12) has potato crust with lemon capers sauce and veggies.
Coconut cheesecake ($8) is one of the many desserts offered at the restaurant.
Cutlet pozharskaya ($11) has mushrooms, golden potatoes and demi glaze.
Jason Addy, Contributing Editor
2:38 am CDT March 18, 2019

After a decade of success in a former airport hangar in Northbrook, Maestro Grill owner Boris Vaysman took a risk when he scaled back most of the restaurant’s operations for a year and a half while it was remodeled.

The remodeling project was completed just a few weeks ago, and the risk seems to be paying off with customers beginning to flow back into the new and improved Maestro Grill at 500 Anthony Trail.