POSTED ON DECEMBER 17, 2008:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
6033 S Sheridan Rd., 494-5621
You'll find plenty of options on Savoy's breakfast menu. Egg fan? Try the Cowboy Omelet- made with ham, bacon, bell peppers and American cheese. Or you can get eggs cooked however you like; pair it with country ham, breakfast steak or pork chops. For a sizzling start to your day, try one of the skillets- served with several types of meat, veggies, eggs and cheese. Whatever you choose, don't forget to try one of Savoy's famous cinnamon rolls.
HOURS: MON-FRI 6AM-2:30PM; SAT 6AM-NOON
3132 S. Garnett Rd., 622-9464
When man first discovered the tiny, vestigial wings on buffalos he never expected them to taste so good. Fast forward a few hundred years and take a trip to Wing Stop to enjoy its wide array of spicy and creative flavors. If you're looking for a real wing experience, you must sample the atomic wing. Sure you may tear up a bit, the sacrifice is worth it. Other favorites include the lemon pepper, Cajun, BBQ, teriyaki and original.
Hours: MON-SUN 11AM-12AM
Lola's at the Bowery
5 E. Brady, 592-7995
Lola's is one of those rare places where you can enjoy a meal, fine art and schnazzy music at the same time. For dinner, Lola's filet comes wrapped in apple-smoked bacon and roasted poblano peppers. The chef literally roasts the peppers in the fire, creating an authentic roasted taste. If steak's not your game, try the Curry Chicken with sautéed tomatoes and garlic. Lola's offers several pizzas like the Pizza Portobello with flat leaf basil and portabella mushrooms.
Hours: MON-SAT 4-10PM
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