POSTED ON NOVEMBER 4, 2009:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Late Night
Wolfey's Paradise Donuts
2847 E. 15th, 712-9293
Hot donuts fresh from the oven are a sweet start to any day. And with so many varieties, Wolfey's most likely has your donut of preference. But if you're looking for something a little meatier in the morning, try a sausage roll or a ham and cheese roll. How about a beverage to wash that donut down? All the classic morning drinks are available, including coffee, cappuccino, and juice. Have a burger and fries at lunch as well. You can't beat the price! Call ahead to place an order and Wolfey's will have it ready and waiting for you at the drive-thru window. Mmmm ... donuts ...
HOURS: MON-FRI 5AM-2PM, SAT 5AM-11PM
Albert G's BBQ
2748 S. Harvard, 747-4799
Albert G's BBQ prepares its BBQ meats the old fashioned way--slow smoked over hickory logs. Brisket, chicken and even turkey are likely meats found on the smoker. They've got the homemade side orders covered, too. Baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad and tabouli are prepared fresh daily, as are key lime pies and banana pudding. Catering is also available. Whether dining in, taking out or hosting a catered event for your company or friends, Albert G's has got you covered.
HOURS: MON-THURS 11AM-8PM, FRI-SAT 11AM-9PM
3308 S. Peoria, 293-9333
Great food, wine, music and service! Inside this Italian restaurant is a live and vibrant atmosphere. Live Jazz music is a regular occurrence. Start out with gorgonzola, walnut pizza, fried ravioli or a delicious calamari to settle your stomach until the main course. Turning your attention to the entree, Ciao offers classic Italian favorites like Chicken or Veal Piccata, Marsala or Parmigiano, a variety of authentic regional pastas, fresh seafood, perfectly grilled steaks, handmade desserts, and artisanal bread baked fresh every day.
HOURS: MON-THUR 5PM-10PM, FRI-SAT 5PM-12AM, SUN 5AM-11PM
Lola's at the Bowery
5 E. Brady, 592-7995
This Santa Fe style café serves light artistic, gourmet dinners, sandwiches, salads and pizzas as well as chipotle burgers and veggie burgers. With dark, quiet and with lots of candles burning, this place drools with tons of Dia de los Muertos décor -- this means Day of the Dead for those outside of the Spanish-speaking circles. Calaveras and catrinas spill out of it, too. If you're really into getting a taste of the afterlife, check out the Lola's hearse parked outside.
HOURS: MON-SAT 4PM-12AM
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