6 locals recommend ·
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Absolutely delicious casual French bakery. We love everything from the sandwiches to the baguettes to the macarons, the quiche and everything in between. Next to the adorable neighborhood International French school, the Lycée Français de Chicago.
French style bakery with sandwiches, crepes, and more. Next door to The French School. Great for a light breakfast if you're headed to Lincoln Square.
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“I'm not going to lie, this place is a total greasy-spoon dive frequented by unusual but mostly harmless characters. I found their breakfast to be quite good but not the coffee. The last time we visited the AC was broken. They only take cash. It's open 24-Hours, so there's that. I think this place is a crusty gem. Gloria does not share my enthusiasm. In fact, she thinks it's disgusting (the ambiance, not the food). Have a sense of adventure and give it a try! Other questionable 24-hour dives I like but will not list individually as they're both out of the neighborhood are Jeri's Grill (4357 N. Western Ave at Montrose) and Diner Grill (1635 W. Irving Park Rd) Diner Grill has been in business since 1937 but burned down in 2016 and I haven't been back since. I'm a little skeptical since they have a website now. That's not a good sign for a greasy-spoon...way too sophisticated.”
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“Small latin grocery store where you can get all the basics. On the way home from the Belmont Blue Line. Look for the topiaries outside. Across from the Avondale pub.”
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