Urban Farmer is modeled off of a classic Chicago steakhouse, meaning all of the steaks are categorized first by cut and second by where the cow lived it’s (hopefully very long and pleasant) life. It’s probably the most modern-feeling steakhouse in the city, and it’s much brighter and airier than the classic chandeliered bank vault you usually eat your steaks in. You can’t really mess up an order here, but the best decision you can make is to get the steak tasting, where you’ll get three different six-ounce samples for $70.
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