You've heard of farm-to-table? These restaurants practice roof-to-table or backyard-to-table. They grow their own herbs and vegetables, and some even raise their own honey.
Insanely good beer selection, and a great burger. Worth the trip out to Crystal Lake. Ingredients locally sourced from their own gardens.
Best restaurant in the city of Chicago. Seasonal, local and consistently amazing. Plus, they have a garden off to the side of the restaurant. Just go.
Make sure to try anything with produce or honey from the rooftop garden and beehives.
It's the greenest restaurant in Chicago and has some of the best food. They have a huge rooftop organic garden (the first in the nation) that supplies much of their produce in the summer.
The food is great, Chef Scott Walton makes amazing sausages that are sold retail at the restaurant and they have a rooftop garden for herbs and veggies.
City Provisions is the restaurant in chicago most committed to local food. They have a garden plot, work with local farmers and only sell sustainable meat. Plus, it's delicious.
One of the brightest, nicest cafes in Chicago. Don't miss the upstairs section.
Ryan McCaskey has brought fine dining to the South Loop with this beautiful white jewelbox of a restaurant. Plus, they grow their own herbs in boxes out back.
In addition to the great menu, local beers and beautiful decor, Farmhouse has a lovely rooftop garden filled with tomatoes and arugula.
Every dish at Homestead has something from their huge rooftop garden. When it reopens in the spring, don't skip the cocktails by mixologist Revae Schneider.