The Little Beet Table

The Little Beet Table
845 N State St #101, Chicago, IL 60610

Gather around The Little Beet Table for a farm-to-table gluten-free meal,
with a bright and open atmosphere, a walk through the door will give you an inviting feel
The rustic wooden tables, and Chicago artists’ wall-hung paintings, make the restaurant look modern and clean
And for the vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free diet, this is the finest place to get your greens!

The menu is fresh, adventurous, with each plate having its own style
Items such as the Spring Vegetables & Quinoa, with bright colors in your plate, are sure to make you smile
Then there’s the Mint & Pea Cavatelli, with sheep milk’s feta, sugar snap peas, and English peas,
with a divinely clean taste, every bite is taken with ease
Along with other flavorful plates, they also have a burger and tacos that are, of course, gluten-free
So for the healthy eating meat-lover, these hearty ingredients can be eaten carefree

Their signature snack that has gotten lot’s of praise,
is the Cauliflower Hummus, creatively topped with popcorn, with a presentation that is sure to amaze
The smooth hummus, with a crunch of the popcorn, blends well with the warm gluten-free grilled bread,
And the hummus itself, with so much flavor, is an unforgettable spread

From snacks, to appetizers, to main meals,
Each plate is unique and savory, and to any crowd is able to appeal
With two locations, one that was born in New York and this one in Chicago’s Gold Coast,
The Little Beet Table has put a fun to healthy, and for this reason they have a right to boast,
to having the most healthy food you can find in a restaurant, and for that they deserve a toast!






  1. Edward M. Bury, APR

    May 10, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Will put the Little Beet on my to do list as a place to meet and eat.

    1. dineANDrhyme

      May 10, 2017 at 12:26 pm

      Awesome! You’ll love it!

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    September 10, 2017 at 10:35 am

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