Electric Greens Joins Vendors at Revival Food Hall

16 on Center will add a new clean-eating option to the hall this month.
Electric Greens Joins Vendors at Revival Food Hall
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16 on Center’s Revival Food Hall will welcome a new clean-eating option this month in the form of Electric Greens. The concept is also from 16 on Center, the hospitality collective co-founded by Bruce Finkelman and Craig Golden. The collective is behind other Chicago restaurants and food halls like Thalia Hall, MONEYGUN, Pizza Friendly Pizza, and The Grand Hall, which is coming soon to The Old Post Office.

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Eclectic Greens will offer “a salad bar pairing exceptionally fresh greens with bright vinaigrettes, punchy citrus, and flavorful ferments which all bring impactful flavors that also make you feel damn good.” Other bites offered by the brand will be savory, slow cooked sipping broths (chicken and mushroom) and a rotating collection of avocado toasts. Spirit-free beverages are also on the menu.

Chef Brad Alexander is at the helm of the restaurant and brings two decades of culinary experience to the table. His past experience includes the kitchens of Foxtrot Markets, Left Coast Food & Juice, and Goddess & Grocer.

Revival Food Hall boasts 24,000 square-feet of food and beverage vendors in the heart of Chicago’s central business district. The hall is located on the ground floor of The National at 125 S Clark Street. Other vendors include Dos Taqueria, Bianca’s Burgers, Aloha Poke Co, and Revival Café-Bar.

According to Revival Food Hall’s website, Eclectic Greens will open on February 22. In an email with What Now Chicago, Finkelman wrote, “as far as expansion goes, we need to open the first one, before we open more. But who knows.”

Find the brand on social media to learn more.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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