Spotlights

Adobe Gila's
The freshest Mexican Grill in Rosemont where the party never stops with 64 oz. Margaritas and the world’s largest Happy Hour! This place bites!

Hofbräuhaus Chicago Spotlight
Hofbräuhaus Chicago is the first and only German micro brewery, beer hall, restaurant and beer garden to call Chicago home. As a replica of the legendary Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany, they take great pride in giving customers an experience as authentic and unforgettable as the 400-year-old original. 

 

 

Uncommon Ground Spotlight
Uncommon Ground is a four-star Green Restaurant Association certified restaurant with the first certified, organic rooftop farm in the country. Uncommon Ground serves contemporary, comfort cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal, regional, organic ingredients and features local artists and live music.

Learn from Uncommon Ground's experience with instituting compost in their daily operations.

 

 

 


Q Center
One of the world’s largest meeting facilities, Q Center offers a secluded, distraction-free environment with 1,042 guest rooms and 150,000+ square feet of IACC-certified meeting space, all situated on 95 acres of tranquility. Q Center is an undisputed leader in conference center technology with a full-service, on-site events and media team. At Q Center, groups of 10 to 2,000 receive the same high level of personal attention.

Learn how Q Center has included composting in their long history of environmental excellence.

 

 


Hannah's Bretzel Spotlight

Hannah's Bretzel is a fast, casual restaurant in Chicago that makes delicious sandwiches and strives to be ÜBER in all that they do. One of those ways is composting.


Food For Thought Catering Spotlight

Food For Thought Catering enjoys an esteemed place among Chicago special event planners. They are on the preferred caterer lists for venues as The Field Museum, Chicago History Museum, Millennium Park, Café Brauer and the Chicago Cultural Center. They have implemented a tremendously successful compost program and help spread the word about composting to their clients as well.

This program is made possible through the generosity of the Searle Funds at the Chicago Community Trust.