Monthly Specials Feature Sustainable Local Produce
Chicagoans are invited to experience the best of the Midwest one week each month through September, as Executive Chef David Dworshak showcases seasonal ingredients from his favorite local farms.
The September Farm to Table menu will feature ingredients from Mick Klug Farms in Michigan and City Farm in Chicago (detailed information on each farm can be found below).
WHEN: Monday, September 20 – Sunday, September 26
City Farm heirloom tomatoes, arugula, garden herbs, serrano ham, creamy manchego dressing
City Farm peppers stuffed with housemade chorizo, Chihuahua cheese, heirloom tomato sauce
Mick Klug green beans, roasted peppers, mushrooms, almond-peach relish
RESERVE: Reservations recommended, not required. 312-850-5005
About Mick Klug Farms
Mick Klug bought his farm from his parents over 30 years ago, which has been in the family for 79 years. Mick, his wife, Cindy, and daughters Amy and Abby grow many varieties of fruits and vegetables on their 120-acre farm in Michigan.
Mick has been providing fresh produce to the Green City Market for 8 years and Chicago City Markets for over 30 years. In addition, he supplies many restaurants in the Chicago area with fresh produce throughout the season.
About City Farm
City Farm is a sustainable vegetable farm bordering two very diverse Chicago neighborhoods: Cabrini-Green and the Gold Coast. The farm boasts thirty varieties of tomatoes as well as beets, carrots, potatoes, gourmet lettuces, herbs and melons. All produce is grown in composted soil generated from various sources, such as restaurant trimmings from some of the city’s finest kitchens. The farm sells its produce primarily to local chefs and to the public from an on-site market stand. The produce grown at City Farm has been widely praised for its flavor, form and beauty.
702 West Fulton Market
Chicago IL 60661