Grapeseed

Chef Ben Anderson’s Grapeseed serves seasonal American cuisine in the SoHa neighborhood of south city. Anderson sees the restaurant as a canvas upon which to feature locally sourced ingredients, the wares of the city’s artisans and even paintings by local artists. The menu is eclectic yet approachable, with offerings as varied as a Cuban sandwich to Chinese five-spice salmon. Though the menu changes frequently, some dishes remain as his signatures, such as the smoked turkey nachos — a platter of sweet potato chips topped with smoked turkey, spiced cranberries, micro greens, red peppers, buttermilk dressing and house brewed sweet and sour firecracker sauce. Dine at the bar next to the SoHa regulars, or grab a table in the warm, contemporary dining room for a feast that celebrates the best of the season.

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