RealGood Stuff Co. to Open on N Green St.

The company just recently filed a building permit application for the restaurant space at 333 N. Green St.
RealGood Stuff Co. to Open on N Green St.
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Adding to the six stores already in operation, RealGood Stuff Co. will bring a seventh eatery to N Green St, according to a building permit application filed with the City of Chicago. RealGood Stuff Co. will make interior alterations to 333 N. Green St. with the intention of creating a new assembly use space for a restaurant with dining. The application was submitted on October 5th.

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The eatery’s newst location, which is in Fulton Market at the bottom of a 19-story office building, was expected to open this month, Block Club Chicago wrote in May, and is one of four new locations Founder and CEO Jonathan Schiff is aiming to open in the next year. We were unable to reach Schiff at the time of publication for updates on the Green St. location’s opening timeline.

We can tell you the 2,500 square-foot space will offer patrons RealGood Stuff’s popular smoothie menu as well as customizable green and grain bowls. Locally-sourced breakfast, lunch, and dinner options can be expected at the Green St. location per a press release from earlier this year.

RealGood Stuff Co. offers a serious spread of sandwiches, bagels, toasts, breakfast burritos and tacos, and sides like braised Amish chicken, spicy gochujang tofu, and wild-caught salmon. Sounds like your lunch options are about to level-up.

Find the eatery on social media for updates.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Eve Payne

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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