The Midwestern Omakase is a passionate expression of Garden To Table, it’s clandestine…yet it exists for all. The menu changes every few weeks, and though we are pretty poor at sharing what is actually going on at Arbor, we are thankful for all of our grassroots supporters who put us on the map. Thillrist even listed us as a must have dining experience in Chicago! 

When making your reservation via Openable, text, or email; please specify in notes whether you would like the 3, 5, or 7 course option, in addition, please let us know if there is anything you can’t eat. 

We are building the kind of place you never want to leave and wish you’d never get full. 

There are three primary options :
3 courses- $45
5 courses- $70
7 courses- $100

The wine pairings are extremely fun and quirky with focuses on smaller producers and natural wine practices. If you remotely like wine, then get the pairings. The prices are $25, $40, and $55.

We aren’t the stuffy type but are relentless about what makes for memorable experiences and lovingly seasoned food. It is less about impressing the guest, and more about love, as that is the warmest kind of hospitality.


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Make a reservation for Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night Midwestern Omakase and we assure you an astonishing and memorable fine dining experience for you and your party.
For any questions or to make a reservation Text 312.292.8347 


(312) 866-0795


The Green Exchange

2545 W Diversey Ave Chicago, IL 60647


Mon-Wed 6:30a - 3p

Thur-Fri* 6:30a - 3p, 6p-11p**

***Saturdays 6p-11p

**Last seating 9:00p


Located in the Green Exchange Building, second floor. Arbor is a Restaurant, (Cafe-Bar-Urban farm-Caterer) in Logan Square, Chicago

We are obsessed with developing flavor and creating food that you can get excited about eating. We want truth in ingredients, materials and interactions. We grow over 60 different varieties of vegetables, fruits and herbs not for fashion, but for sustenance. Our partnerships with producers are real and tangible because that’s sensible. It’s a difference you can see - and taste.