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The Ricotta Gnudi ($16) requires a three-day process to make it properly.
Littleneck Clams ($14) features sausage from Hofherr Meat Co. in Northfield.
The Boston scallops sit on celery root and are topped with pico de gallo and crispy tortilla chips.
Jennifer Eisen stands in the dining room of her new restaurant, House 406, in Northbrook.
Dayna Fields, Editor
3:20 pm CDT August 4, 2014

Chicago knows her as Stephanie Izard’s protege at Girl and the Goat restaurant. 

But locals know Jennifer Eisen as a 2003 Glenbrook North alumna who brought her culinary talents back home with her, recently opening House 406 in the heart of downtown Northbrook. 

She now lives in town with her fiancee and business partner, chef Eloin Amador.