CHICAGO Epic Burger restaurant, everyone is committed to conserving natural resources, using sustainable ingredients, and leaving a smaller carbon footprint whenever and wherever possible. —It’s not easy operating an eco-friendly burger joint, but at David Friedman’s Friedman said he opened his restaurant here in the South Loop last spring after embarking on an unsuccessful quest to find “a more mindful burger” in the American ...
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