From The Chicago Tribune:
"Bareburger, the eco-conscious burger chain out of New York, will open its first Chicago location within the next two weeks. The restaurant, at 3357 N. Lincoln Ave., opens its doors the public Monday, Oct. 3.
You'll find burgers from various protein sources; there are elk, bison, boar, duck and turkey burgers, in addition to good-old beef. Animals are pasture-raised and free of added hormones and antibiotics.
The menu also includes sandwiches and salads, along with a full bar. The eco-friendly interior will feature reclaimed materials.
Bareburger plans to open three additional Chicago locations. The chain already has restaurants in New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, Hoboken, N.J., Columbus, Ohio, and Stamford, Conn."