Chicago's Bad Hunter specializes in fresh and inspired modern American dishes crafted with vegetable-centric, local ingredients served in its charming restaurant. The crispy buttermilk fried sunchokes with Aleppo chile honey and the mushroom and farro salad with butternut squash make sensational starter plates. Though Bad Hunter's menu rotates, some of its most popular entrées include the grilled guajillo flatbread with broccoli hummus and herb tahini, the chile-salt seasoned sirloin skewer with Yukon gold potatoes and the Bad Hunter veggie burger with cheddar, tomato jam and mustard aioli on soft brioche, all of which are wonderfully satisfying. For a sweet end to your meal, enjoy the rich chocolate cremeux cake with vanilla ice cream.
Brunch at Bad Hunter is also a stunning affair. Indulge in the miso and apple sticky bun and the smoky collard greens with scrambled eggs, Fresno chiles and wood grilled rye toast.