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4 Sunday Funday Restaurants

Laura Hine | June 25, 2018 | Feature Features National

The feast is on! From dazzling debuts to dishes we crave, the North Shore's dining scene is tastier than ever.
Pan Frances is made with challah and seasonal fruit at Libertad.

Nick’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill
Come for the chicken and waffles, but stay for the chilaquiles. As it says in the name, Nick’s is a neighborhood place, but even if you’re not from the Wilmette ’hood, you’ll feel welcome and well-fed. 1168 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette

Saranello’s Special
Sundays call for the all-out Champagne brunch with mimosas and bloody marys as well as an omelet station, a steak and turkey-carving station and a dessert table. So when it’s “that” Sunday—confirmation, birthday, out-of-town parents—here’s where you go. 601 N. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling

From the moment it opened, Libertad breathed life into downtown Skokie. And with its new Sunday brunch, the deliciousness has expanded—what was French toast before strawberry salsa? 7931 Lincoln Ave., Skokie

Prairie Grass
With a real commitment to locally supplied ingredients, this brunch menu does a great job of satisfying those who must have sweets (hello, lemon ricotta pancakes) and those who can’t go to Prairie Grass without ordering the famous sirloin burger. 601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook


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