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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxboykev View Post
    Annie's was good... Across the street from Aww Yeah comics
    Good to Know...It was on My Short List:

    In Skokie:
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    Annie's Pancake House

    Sparky's Snack Shop

    Alexander's Breakfast & Lunch

    Outside Skokie:
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    Evanston: Curt's Cafe
    - A Cafe' that tries to make everything from scratch, training at-risk Youth in the Food Service Industry, while using Local Products & Vendors

    Wilmette: Walker Bros. The Original Pancake House

    Chicago: Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club
    Everyone is Entitled to MY Opinion...Your's, not so much!

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    Not sure if anyone mentioned this already, but the Wrigleyville area up by Wrigley Field has quite a few cool shops there, most within reasonable walking distance from one another. Hollywood Mirror features a lot of cool vintage clothes, toys, and kitschy items from the 1950s thru 1990s, and there's a couple of good comic shops, music shops, and bars/music venues in that area too. A good italian restaurant named Lena's (formerly Leona's) is located on Sheffield and Belmont Avenue. Also right in that area on Sheffield Avenue is the Brew & View, held inside the classic venue The Vic Theater, where they show everything from new superhero flicks to classic John Hughes comedies and sci-fi classics, and you can order booze if you're into that sort of thing They have their menu and movie schedule here- http://www.brewview.com/

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