Inspired by Chicago's first airport, Ashburn Flying Field, The Ashburn is an innovative restaurant that celebrates the heritage and tradition of aviation.
Loews Chicago O’Hare is the new home to a fresh gastro-pub concept, The Ashburn. Inspired by Chicago’s first airport, the Ashburn Flying Field, the restaurant celebrates the heritage and tradition of aviation. Featuring Chicago staples and modern takes on classic dishes, we cater to any post-flight cravings in a relaxed gastro-pub setting. In addition, The Ashburn offers an inventive menu of signature cocktails, micro brews and a broad selection of world-renowned wines. For reservations call 847-447-4200 or visit OpenTable.
Chef de Cuisine Brian Wolters
Born and raised in the Midwest, Chef Brian has been a Chicagoan for the past 12 years. Getting his Chicagoland start at Le Cordon Bleu, he has been applying his culinary degree since 2004 by working in the kitchens of cafes to large catering operations and full-scale restaurants. Chef loves the diversity of both people and food in Chicago, and uses that as his inspiration in the cooking. Chef Brian came to The Ashburn after a two-year stint at The Signature Room in downtown Chicago. His primary cooking techniques are perfectly reflected in The Ashburn’s menu, which fuses the simplistic and approachable with new trends in ingredients and dynamic presentations.