POSTED ON JANUARY 21, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
4785 A E. 91st St., 493-2552; 300 Riverwalk Terrace, 392-9944; 4808 S. 109th E. Ave. (inside Planet Fitness), 392-5432
You shouldn't have to choose between a good cup of coffee and a filling breakfast. This place makes it easy with a nice selection of bagels and cream cheese or butter, fruit by itself or in a yogurt and granola parfait. Breakfast sandwiches are also served. Get one on a bagel with bacon or sausage. Whet your whistle with The Hurricane, a raspberry mocha blend, or the Pirate's Booty, macadamia nut mocha. Tasty options abound!
Hours: MON-THURS 7-12AM; FRI 7-1AM; SAT 9-1AM; SUN 11AM-12AM
Felini's Cookies & Deli
3533 S. Harvard, 742-3638
With its famous cookies, made-to-order sandwiches and cozy atmosphere, Felini's is a great choice for lunch. Assemble your own green salad at the salad bar or try one of Felini's to-go salads, made fresh everyday. And don't forget the most important part of your meal: fresh-baked cookies, with varieties ranging from simple sugar to rich chocolate with walnuts. Grab a refreshing glass of Felini's iced tea garnished with orange slices while waiting for your food.
Hours: MON-THURS 7AM-3:30PM; FRI-SAT 7AM-3PM
Kolam Innovative Indian Cuisine
4844 S. Memorial Dr., 270-1445
In the mood for something different? Kolam will satisfy your craving for sizzle and spice. Start with a vegetable samosa or a pakora, then onto one of Kolam's popular entrees like Chicken Tikka Masala. Kolam has a generous vegetarian menu including favorites like Aloo Gobi, a mixture of cauliflower and potatoes cooked in a saffron cream sauce. Pair your meal with one of several Tandoor breads, such as Kolam's signature naan, stuffed with fruit and nuts.
Hours: MON-FRI 11AM-2:30PM, 5PM-10PM; SAT-SUN 11:30AM-3PM, 5PM-10PM
Tally's Good Food Café, 1102 S. Yale, 835-8039
Eating at Tally's is like time-traveling back to the 50s, thanks to the retro neon sign that greets customers and the classic diner interior. Tally's is right on Route 66 (aka 11th Street), and the restaurant follows through on the promise of timeless home cooked fare. Get your fill of bacon, eggs, waffles, blueberry pancakes and the like anytime of day. There's really nothing like breakfast for dinner during a late night out on the town. Of course there are tons of dinner options available too.
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