Clune Construction Company has completed construction of the Murray Bros. Caddyshack Restaurant in Rosemont, Illinois, which is the newest location of the chain and part of a national expansion campaign for the brand.
The 8,600-square-foot restaurant is located in the Crowne Plaza Hotel next to Chicago O’Hare International Airport. It is a casual dining, full-service, family-friendly experience with a focus on comfort food, served with an upbeat, feel-good and engaging style that appeals to all generations from Baby Boomers to Millenials. The space is open with an oblong-shaped bar, which serves as a high-energy focal point of the restaurant, and includes a retail area and semi-private dining area for events.
“Clune was a valuable partner in bringing the Caddyshack Restaurant to life in Rosemont,” said Mac Haskell, co-founder and CEO, Murray Bros. Caddyshack. “We were impressed with their expertise and pleased with the final space they were able to construct.”
“We are excited to have played a role in expanding Caddyshack Restaurants nationally,” said Chris Redpath, managing director, project executive Clune Construction. “As a company headquartered in Chicago, it was especially rewarding to work with a family as beloved in the city as the Murray brothers.”
One of the reasons Clune was brought onto the project to provide general contractor services was the firm’s track record of executing restaurant projects nationally including the Eataly Italian Marketplace in Los Angeles, the recently completed Mordecai Whiskey & Grill in Chicago and several eateries within airports.
Murray Bros. Caddyshack opened its flagship restaurant in 2001 at the World Golf Village, home of the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida. It’s the brainchild of the six Murray brothers—natives of Willmette, Illinois—that include Brian Doyle Murray, co-writer of the 1980 film Caddyshack, and the movie’s breakout co-star, Bill Murray.