Summer Panzenella ($10)
housemade sourdough, marinated tomatoes, smoked tropea onions, burrata, preserved kale, burnt leek vinaigrette
Suckling Pig Falafel ($12)
compressed melon, dill yogurt, pickled jalapeno
Sweet Corn Agnolotti ($14)
chantrelles, roasted tomato jam, grilled squash, pecorino
Egyptian Spiced Mussels ($14)
sumac-infused apples, calvados, spiced pita, house baguette
|Tamellini Soave, 2013 ($40/bottle)||
beef short rib sugo, smoked green garlic, pickled ramp
peanut brittle, jelly, salted caramel, and chocolate cake
Photo of their garden!
Sign is outside, to go in you walk in to Roots Pizza and go into the back and up the stairs!
(Sort of speakeasy style but not really)
The rooftop was an amazing environment to enjoy a cute dinner with friends with a great glass of wine and amazing food. Highly recommend to check out this place when the weather is warm!
The only thing that took away from the entire experience was the service. Food service was great, but the hostess/reservations was where we had the problem. We got there at 7pm, expecting to wait. Hostess refused to let us go up to the bar while we waited for the table because they were "way too packed" and that waiting list for the meal was 2 hours - we would be seated by 9pm. She told us to walk around the block for the 2 hours and come back at around 8:50pm to be seated. Was a little skeptical and went on OpenTable while walking out and found a reservation for 7:30pm. Went back to the hostess to tell her we now had a reservation. She simply stated "oh you must have gotten lucky, someone must have just cancelled" and ushered us to walk upstairs. There was literally 4 people in the bar and 4 empty tables upstairs. My friends and I were appalled in how "packed" it was. The restaurant did get busy at around 8/9pm but it was no excuse to refuse our entry to the upstairs bar at 7pm when the restaurant wasn't that busy. We ended up finishing our dinner at around 9pm. Long story short: make reservations.
Homestead on the Roof
1924 W Chicago Ave