Fumagally morphed that restaurant into Jacques French Restaurant in 1928 and it would remain at that location on Delaware until 1935 when he decided to lease the space occupied by the ‘’900 restaurant’’ at 900 N. Michigan. He invested lots of money in that new place, including creating the soon to be famous summer terrace in the inner open yard of the building, 3 dining rooms, a cocktail lounge with a very modernistic bar. Everything was air-conditioned.
The new Jacques French Restaurant opened on June 1, 1935.
FRENCH RESTAURANTS IN CHICAGO: A 75 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE 1924-1999
DE PROVENCE- MAISON HENRI, 2820 N. Southport opened in the summer of 1965.
I think that the chef in 1991 was Keith Brunell, but this bistro did not last more than a year since in May 1992 it had morphed into a Greek place called Mia Zoe.