B.GOOD, a fast-casual, farm-to-table chain, will enter the Midwestern region by opening three restaurants in the Chicago market. The first location is in the Chicago suburb of Vernon Hills. The chain will open other locations in Schaumburg and Naperville in mid-December.
Founded in 2003, the Boston-based chain’s self-described “Food with Roots” menu includes burgers, bowls, salads and smoothies. The chain sources its ingredients from local, independent farmers.
B.GOOD currently operates 70 locations across the globe, with more than 50 in the U.S. The chain plans to open locations in the Albany, N.Y., and Charlotte, N.C., markets later this year.