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Try Pannenkoeken Café! This Dutch style café is tiny and you may have to put your phone number on a waiting list, but it will all prove more than worthwhile. The pannenkoekens can be sweet or savory and can be customized to come with an array of options: berries, whipped cream, bacon, Havarti cheese, asparagus or other veggies. The pancake itself is slightly crunchy and thin, just how they should be, oh, and it covers the entire large plate. Great coffee too but cash only at 4757 N Western Ave.
Behold, these restaurants are notorious for line waiting & awkward moments standing near doorways, BUT these establishments are also prominently known for their most excellent dishes. Leave a little early and enjoy….
Great Lake does not imply pizza, but that’s surely what they specialize in. Although it’s not massive Chicago style, it’ll be some of the most memorable, their crust is thin & airy and the pie melts in your mouth. Lines tend to be long partly due to the eaterie’s small size; the price begins around $25 but the specialty pizzas are way worth the rate. Indulge at 1477 W Balmoral Ave. BYOB.