Steakhouses are places where big men sit on leather chairs and smoke cigars, right? Not this cute, dainty place that led Time Out Chicago critic Julia Kramer to say that Grass Fed looks like what would happen "if Pintrest were a steakhouse." It's all white weathered wood and chalkboards here, and not a red velvet cushion in sight. They mean it when they say "Grass Fed." The steaks are all sustainably raised, finished on grass, carefully sourced and broken down in house. Don't bother coming if you don't want to eat cow - while they just started serving chicken and mussels, the original menu just had one thing. The prix fixe menu you should order includes salad, bread and a juicy steak with fries, all for $25. You can order starters (beet salad, steak tartare) but why bother? Concentrate on the beef. It's all about the beef.