Chef Walter Dobrovolny and a skilled culinary crew infuse tender steaks and fresh seafood with Australian, Italian, and Mexican flair at Branmor's American Grill. Diners can pluck entrees from a populous dinner menu, which negotiates taste buds' demands with char-grilled top sirloin steak gorgonzola ($22) or a full slab of Walt's barbecued ribs ($22), slathered in homemade barbecue sauce. Alternatively, lobster pasta ($25) entangles Maine lobster, grape tomatoes, and broccoli florettes into a velvety nest of linguine. The restaurant's lunch menu depicts hearty sandwiches, such as a grilled-cheese panini ($7), and pretzel chicken ($13), which diners can pair with their choice of salad to arrange a championship tag team that can quell clamorous bellies into silent submission. Sociable hedges hobnob with guests on the outdoor patio, and painted cityscapes warmly glow in Branmor's dining room as guests sidle into cozy booths that, unlike a child at an investment banking luncheon, remain seated for the duration of each meal.
The chefs at Aki Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar prepare a menu of modern and creative sushi rolls and Japanese entrees. Specialty rolls include treats such as the Mermaid—yellowtail, spicy tuna, cream cheese, and avocado fried in tempura batter and topped with spicy scallops and crab. The signature Aki roll envelops shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, broiled eel, crabmeat, avocado, and fish egg in soybean seaweed. Chefs also prepare succulent Japanese hibachi dinners with meats such as steak, filet mignon, shrimp, and chicken.
Sweetwater Deli is a family-owned market and delicatessen that offers a broad selection of fresh, high quality items, including breads and produce, oils, sauces and more. Our deli is stocked with a delicious assortment of luncheon meats, soups and salads. Dine with us and please your palette with a carefully crafted sandwic
Juicy-O Pancake House’s kitchen serves up an inexhaustible menu of breakfast and lunch fare ranging from syrup-slathered flapjacks to savory egg specials. Named for its fruit juices, which run the gamut from classic orange to exotic pomegranate, Juicy-O also prides itself on its donuts, which are crafted from a secret house recipe and "fried before your eyes on a little donut maker,” according to ABC Chicago’s Steve Dolinsky.
Juicy-O’s locations each exude cheerful vibes, with dining rooms that are flooded with natural light and walls that are covered in framed anecdotes, such as, “Every family tree always produces nuts!” and “Time is money! Stop reading these stupid signs!”
The Guilty Party Catering smokes barbecue and serves authentic New Orleans Cajun dishes to satisfy diners on the go and large parties. Roll reading orbs over the takeout menu before rolling molars over a full slab of barbecue baby-back ribs and one of six down-home sides such as baked beans, potato salad, or a brownie. New Orleans jambalaya and shrimp creole over rice take tongues on a trip to the Bayou state without having to check a bag. The Guilty Party accommodates shindigs with hearty catering platters boasting four entree choices, including 6-ounce grilled salmon fillets and beef prime rib as well as three salad options, six deserts varieties and 13 sides, such as chips and salsa or the fresh fruit tray big enough for 25–30 people or one friendly bear.