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2nd Street Bistro
1825 2nd St, Highland Park, IL 60035
2nd Street Bistro is the first BYOB restaurant to open in Highland Park. Local, seasonable, organic and sustainableMore ingredients are a fixture on the menu at this American-with-a-twist bistro. It is led by chef Michael Gottlieb, a native of Deerfield, Ill. The restaurant partners with many local fisheries, farms, produce and meat providers to provide guests with only the freshest ingredients. 
Kingsbury International Limited
245 Ridge Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035
For over 30 years Kingsbury International has provided consulting services to businesses and governments with the goalMore of sustaining growth and  supporting development. The company created the Chicago Business Barometer, and the data from this have acted as economic indicators. Businesses can subscribe to the service via the Web site.
Benjamin Restaurant
1849 2nd St, Highland Park, IL 60035
Benjamin Restaurant is a high-end contemporary American eatery which offers seasonal menus and selections prepared withMore local, sustainable and natural products. Small plates and full entrees are served for lunch and dinner, including cedar plank salmon, braised lamb shanks and grouper, along with a full wine menu. Diners enjoy live jazz on Fridays and Saturdays. 
Green Living Designs
1930 1st St, Highland Park, IL 60035
Green Living Designs is a home remodeling company that's been in Highland Park since 2008. UsingMore "sustainable construction practices" for all its work, this company can assist you with your eco-friendly remodeling, from the architecture and design of a project to the final plumbing, heating and electrical details. Green Living Designs has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau since September 2010. Check out the website for special offers and to see some of its work. 
Eileen Fisher
640 Central Ave, Highland Park, IL 60035

Eileen Fisher is a women's clothing boutique in downtown Highland Park. The clothing and accessories here convey aMore sense of beauty and sophistication, traits that extend to Eileen Fisher herself. With a serious design philosophy, the company actually uses a diagram to convey its aesthetic sense. It isn't as complex or pretentious as it sounds, though: the staff is quick to point out that the true values of the store lay in a classic and timeless functionality. Nothing sounds more practical.

As with many women's clothing companies, Eileen Fisher embraces social consciousness in the form of sustainable fabrics and organizations that benefit women.

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