Green Zebra Chicago Bites Podcast #112

Fried green tomatoes never tasted so good!

Fried green tomatoes never tasted so good!

Who says that vegetarian food needs to be a crunchy granola meat substitute? Green Zebra doesn’t push the tofu or try to recreate meat dishes in vegetable form, but seeks to bring out the best of seasonal vegetables. How happy were with the experience? Tune in to the podcast.

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Show Notes:
00:00 – 01:34 Gushing about veggies
01:35 – 04:04 Getting started with wine, tasting menu
04:05 – 05:35 Fried green tomatoes, pickle agreements
05:36 – 07:24 The need for dinner theater
07:25 – 09:36 Splitting peas
09:37 – 11:10 Almost not sharing potatoes
11:11 – 14:05 Shrooms, not quite as good; matching dishes
14:06 – 15:45 Dessert
15:46 – 18:00 Thoughts on service
18:01 – 19:46 Ratings and sign-off

With dishes like this, you don't realize that the meat is missing.

With dishes like this, you don't realize that the meat is missing.

Green Zebra
1460 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 243-7100
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Bridget’s Ratings Tammy’s Ratings
Food Quality 5 5
Value 5 4
Service 4 4
Ambiance 5 5
Overall 9 8

Average price per person: $85

 serves small plates, but that doesn't mean it's small flavor.

serves small plates, but that doesn't mean it's small flavor.

Online buzz about Green Zebra:
Chicago Foodies
Happy Cow’s Vegetarian Guide

  1. Jack Vinson left a comment on July 16, 2008 at 9:55 pm

    Yummy place. Makes us sad to have left Chicago.
    For the granola types, take a trip up to Blind Faith in Evanston. Hearty, but definitely granola (lots of brown and grey).

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