Green Zebra
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Green Zebra

1460 W Chicago Ave Ste 1, Chicago, IL
(312) 243-7100 serving: West Side, Goose Island
open:Sunday From 10:30 AM To 02:00 PM Sunday From 05:30 PM To 09:00 PM Monday-Thursday From 05:30 PM To 9:30 PM Friday-Saturday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM

Sidewalk Score: 9 out of 10
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Restaurants, Mastercard Accepted, Discover Accepted, Visa Accepted, American Express Accepted, Diners Club Accepted,

The Low Down

EDITORS TIPS

Know Before You Go: While the menu is primarily vegetarian, there are some chicken and fish dishes included, though no red meat is served.

Save Money: Reasonably priced smaller portions allow for experimentation: A couple will generally order five to seven dishes between them.

Rants, Raves & Reviews


by at Gayot

This (mostly) vegetarian restaurant is under the deft hand of chef Shawn McClain. Years after its opening, foodies---including the carnivorous sort---continue to storm this place for dishes like creamy burrata with Concord grape gastrique,…
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Disappointing at best...
By smallfry at Menuism

I have been looking forward to trying Green Zebra for a good while now as it had gotten rave reviews from... Read More


Vegetarian Organic
By Kiki P at Insider Pages

I think Green Zebra really has something. It is a tasteful, yet quaint restaurant with excellent vegetarian dishes. Seeing all of the different t... Read More


Great vegetarian experience
By Mrs A at Insider Pages

It's an unusual but fun place. You really have to look to the crowd to see who you are taking here because well..it's a vegetarian, vegan restauran... Read More


Green Zebra
By Carole B at Insider Pages

Green Zebra isn't the kind of restaurant I'd choose to frequent very often, or perhaps even again. However, the food was quite good, if a bit preci... Read More


Incredible cuisine experience...
By xxx x at Insider Pages

I ate from Green Zebra's fourth anniversary prix-fixe menu, and it was like a far more pleasant version of Alinea (where the 24-course tour nearly ... Read More