There is no other vegetarian dining like Green Zebra. Consistent, inventive, and elegant.
Our farewell dinner at Green Zebra.
We've had many wonderful meals, many celebratory, at Green Zebra.
Creative and fresh offerings have been the focal point over the years.
We will miss GZ as it's been a favorite of ours.
Exceptional, as always. It never fails to please, and dining at a restaurant with a "safe" (fully vegetarian) menu is a real treat, knowing I can ask my server to surprise me with a bevy of courses, all of which I'm guaranteed to enjoy. I was very sad to hear of Green Zebra's imminent closing... there is nothing else quite like it in Chicago.
We will miss the fare and the service. Elizabeth and Kevin were fantastic in their service and celebration of our son’s belated 10th birthday celebration. He left saying he would like 3 courses of the mushroom pate next time.
Sad they are closed.
It's a good, relaxing and quite place for friends. The food is good and moderate and the service is nice.
One of my favorite restaurants in Chicago, I have been to Green Zebra many times over the years. It’s seasonal tasting menu keeps food lovers coming back. The food is creative in its focus on vegetables. So sad you are closing. Thank you!
Have been to Green Zebra s few times; this time we were returning after a longer span of time. The food continues to be amazing! Lots of creativity and exceptional flavors.
Will definitely go back and highly recommend to all foodies out there!
First time at Green Zebra, but it’s our friends’ favorite. The food was great and my carnivore boyfriend couldn’t believe how delicious the BBQ jackfruit sandwich was. We’ll definitely be back!
Portions seem larger than past years. Sadly bread is no longer available. But the food is as good as or better than ever. The Grilled Eggplant Parmesan was the best ever!
My boyfriend and I are from Cincinnati, and we were in town for a concert, so we decided to have a nice fancy date. Green Zebra was perfect because I am a vegetarian, and we both love small shared plates. The gnocchi was divine and the cocktails that we got were amazing. I would definitely go back next time I go to Chicago.
My daughter and I are vegans, and a special night out in Chicago. Small quaint restaurant in artsy area. The food was wonderful! We shared 2 small plates and soup - oh and a taste of soup complementary of the chef, so good! They were reasonable as well, we called them as we were stuck in traffic, late for reservation, they were kind and were able to hold table.
Finally got to experience this place and it was everything and more. The food was amazing and creative and our server was attentive without being overbearing. It was the perfect dinner for our anniversary. The music and ambiance was just right. You definitely felt like you were at a high end restaurant here. I will definitely be returning to this spot.
Green zebra. Great ideas but at times poor execution. Please stop putting corn in things like burrata or gnocchi. Our server was pretty short with us. Didn’t give a proper explanation of the cheese plate and wasn’t very accommodating or even nice about how the kitchen couldn’t split the jackfruit sandwich. Great wine list with affordable choices.
Four of us ordered all different things and all were delicious. The gnocchi especially was outstanding
Great, creative food and nice ambience. Wish the service were a bit more attentive.
I wanted to love Green Zebra, but our food was expensive without impressing us. It wasn’t that it wasn’t as advertised, it just wasn’t better than I could do at home. We were on our way to a show, in from out of town, and this place didn’t offer us what we had hoped.
Great vegetarian restaurant with many vegan options. Jack fruit sandwich is amazing. I go there every time I am in Chicago with my carnivore friends who also love it.
Best vegetarian restaurant in the city.
The waiter was extremely rude from the time we sat down and acted as if he was repulsed by the thought of serving us. This attitude was not displayed in his interaction with any of the other tables we observed him serving, which was even more frustrating. My sister asked for a different waiter as this was our parents' anniversary dinner. The manager said she would serve us but presented with the same repulsive attitude and instead of serving our drinks and checking back if we needed water, placed the water carraf on the table with the bottle of sparkling apple cider and didn't return until after our meal was finished. It was as if to say, "serve yourselves." Luckily, and maybe upon realizing we were not being served, the very amazing hostess Sarah came and checked on us and refilled our water and drink and asked did we need anything. A busser served our meal and refilled drinks as well. After the meal the manager came back to the table with a renewed, albeit rather fake, kinder attitude. It was a bit too late. The anniversary surprise was ruined.