Michael Jordan's Steakhouse
Michael Jordan Steakhouse, founded by retired American basketball player Michael Jordan, is a fine-dining restaurant group. The main location was in Grand Central Terminal, New York City, though locations exist in Uncasville, Connecticut; Ridgefield, Washington; and Chicago.
Designed by David Rockwell, the restaurant group is run by the Glazier family, a couple who owns multiple food establishments. The Grand Central location occupied a 7,000-square-foot (650 m2) space, seating 210. The restaurant has no sports memorabilia, but instead focuses on "Michael Jordan the businessman."
The company has a line of USDA Prime Steaks, sauces, condiments, grillware and collectibles, under the Michael Jordan Steaks brand. The steaks can be ordered on their website and shipped directly to customers nationwide.
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