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Greenwood’s starter of mussels mariniere ($12) features a generous portion of mussels served in a sauce made with white wine, shallots, parsley and butter. Brittany Kapa/22nd Century Media
A crispy skin incases a tender grilled brick chicken ($22) entree that is served with herbed potato wedges and green beans all covered in a flavorful chicken au jus sauce.
The double cheeseburger ($14) is a throwback to a traditional dinner burger served with two griddled patties, American cheese, grilled onion, lettuce and tomato on a toasted bun.
The warm apple crisp ($8) is a gluten-free dessert option served with a toasted oat streusel and vanilla soft serve made in-house.
The skillet cornbread ($9) is served warm beneath melted butter.
Xavier Ward, Editor
2:50 pm CDT April 5, 2018

Josh Kaplan and Mark Newman grew up next door to each other in Highland Park, so there’s something serendipitous about their second restaurant opening two doors down from the first. 

Greenwood, Highwood’s newest restaurant, is nestled on the corner of Green Bay Road and Prairie Avenue. The unassuming facade gives way to a rustic minimalist interior and spacious, open dining area.