I have never, in all my life, eaten at a better place than this. The gardens outside would make any gardeners/foodies drool with envy and the pollinator gardens and rain gardens make my environmental heart jump with joy. I have died and gone to Heaven. I legitimately would come back to Illinois just to eat here again. Is it fate or irony that I have been reading a book called No One Eats Alone - Food as a Social Enterprise. This restaurant is the epitome of the book’s subject.