Monday, June 5, Logan Square was thrilled to welcome a new Midwestern-inspired and pasta-focused restaurant. Daisies, which is located at 2523 N. Milwaukee Ave, hosted guests from 6-8 p.m. The event included brightly flavored passed bites from daisies opening menu as well as a cocktail demonstration.
Chef Joe Frillmans menu is vegtable heavy and features only humanely raised and sustainbly grown “Farm proteins” in effort to highlight the nose-to-tail movement. Chef Joe Frillman has selected ingredients from sustainable local farms to develop a hyper-seasonal and ever-evolving menu of vegetable-focused dishes. Daisies curates a “root-to-fruit” menu centered on minimizing waste and maximizing flavor.
Located in Chicago’s flourishing Logan Square, Daisies restaurant is truly a family endeavor. Executive chef/owner Joe Frillman works closely with his brother, Tim Frillman of Frillman Farms, to source sustainably and locally grown ingredients. This close partnership allows for the line between farm and table to be blurred. Frillman Farms was created to ultimately become a dedicated farm and grow produce specifically for Daisies’ vegetable driven and pasta-focused menu. Drawing inspiration from the Midwest and embracing a root-to-fruit philosophy, the restaurant exudes a genuine, honest atmosphere with a menu that is simple and rustic. Daisies embodies a comfortable and progressive design aesthetic that is both polished and inviting. Natural elements such as reclaimed wood and exposed brick contrast clean white tile and mid-century light fixtures in an airy and bright dining room. With a refined, yet casual design, Daisies’ interior is full of warmth and approachability. Daisies is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5-10p.m. For more information, please visit www.daisieschicago.com, or call 773-661-1671