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Popular River North restaurant plans to close at the end of the year

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A popular River North restaurant has announced plans to close after 12 years of operation.

In an Instagram post, GT Fish and Oyster said they will be out of business later this year.

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Eater reports that some of their seafood menu items will migrate to their sister restaurant, GT Prime Steakhouse.

It is unknown if the Boka Restaurant Group has any plans for the space.

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