You drive like a local, you talk like a local, and you look down on tourists like a local (why don’t they understand that Navy Pier is a trap?!), so now it’s time to eat like a local. We’ve partnered with Bolthouse Farms to spotlight the best farm to table eats in Chicago. The main course for this round: Grange Hall Burger Bar. Beyond their sustainably sourced beefwiches, their weekend “Farmer’s Breakfast” is chock-full of foods actual farmers like the Bolthouse Farms guys eat at 8am, when they’ve already been working the fields for, like, five hours. From eggs so fresh they promise a “gleaming brilliant orange yolk” to house ground fennel, sage sausage, farm style bacon and creamy sausage gravy, even the 100% maple syrup doesn’t front (it comes from a “Sugar Shack” in Michigan). Hit up Grange Hall from now through 11/13, and they’ll set you up with a free bottle of Bolthouse Farms juice, perfect for washing down their latest burger creation, which is cozily tucked ‘tween cinnamon raisin French toast. Good luck floating away from the Pier after that.