Chicago’s Homestead on the Roof has been named one of the best places in the country to enjoy dining outdoors.
After analyzing more than 5 million reviews from diners across the nation, the rustic West Town restaurant was voted to OpenTable’s “100 Best Al Fresco Dining Restaurants in America.”
With an 80-seat outdoor rooftop that sits beside a 1,000 square-foot organic garden and surrounded by hanging gardens and dozens of planters filled with fresh growing vegetables, Homestead gives farm-to-table food a whole new meaning.
Homestead’s roof is found at the top of Roots Homemade Pizza at 1924 W. Chicago Ave., but offers a completely different experience than its counterpart.
Winos will love their list of small-production wines and craft beer fans can enjoy a weekly rotating craft brewery.
A menu of farm-fresh seasonal fare changes weekly to pair with artisan bread and hand-crafted cocktails from chefs that OpenTable says are “constantly pushing the envelope.”