A business expert once asserted that “Feedback is the breakfast of champions,” which is why successful CEOs eat wheat toast and slow-poached performance reviews every morning. Promote your palate to the ranks of breakfast with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get breakfast for two at Sarkis’ Café in Evanston (up to a $30 value). The breakfast for two includes the following:
- Two omelets (up to a $13 value)
- Two special hash browns ($4 value)
- Two disaster sausages (a $6 value)
- Two coffees (a $2 value)
- Two orange juices (a $5 value)<p>
Sarkis’ Café rings out with the clanking spatulas of short order chefs, who decorate a scalding grill with veggie-infused hash browns and house-made sausages their popular North Shore haunt. Delivering breakfast fare in what Centerstage Chicago lauds as a “nearly instantaneous process,” the staff quells voracious appetites with assorted omelets including a chorizo-adorned Mexican surprise and a vegetarian concoction, cracked from the eggs of free-range green peppers. Omnivores fill up in one fell swoop with house-made disaster sausages, which are speckled with an entourage of peppers, tomatoes, and onions and nestled inside a french-bread shell. Cooks shred spuds to conceal evidence of Mr. Potato Head’s tax fraud and to build a nest of thin-sliced hash browns to festoon with green peppers, onions, and cheese.
Beneath a vintage awning, diners sip coffee and juice on an outdoor patio adorned with a cozy stone booth. Sarkis’ Café is a cash-only establishment, so customers are encouraged to come equipped with a selection of crisp bills or fully loaded penny loafers.