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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and the hardest for which to wake up. Maximize your healthy start with a breakfast reboot at lunchtime. Today's side deal to Sarks in the Park gets you $20 worth of authentic, diner-style breakfast or lunch for $10. At this Lincoln Park eatery, egg lovers and noontime risers can get breakfast all day. Order a side of Sarks's homemade disaster sausage ($3.50) to go with your slow-starting morning and nip appetite disaster in the bud.
The menu at Sarks features an array of golden omelettes gently folded and hash browns grilled to crisp perfection under the watchful eyes of Sarks chefs. Dig your fork into the Sarks special omelette (with ham, cheese, green peppers, tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms, $7.50) and a side of hash browns or grits ($2 each), or spicy up your morning with the Mexican supreme omelette (with chorizo, cheese, green peppers, tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms, $7.50). Vegetarians will love the rich gourmet omelette (with feta and broccoli or spinach, $7.50). No need to feel yoked to the yolk–any omelette can be made with egg whites for an additional $1, while sweet options such as syrupy french toast or pancakes ($6.50 each) make heavenly breakfast treats.
Conveniently located at the corner of Clark and Fullerton, Sarks is open every day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop in to lunch on a disaster sandwich (homemade sausage and cheese on French bread with tomatoes, green peppers, and onions, $5.50) or gobble up a turkey loretta (turkey and cheese on French bread with mayo, tomatoes, green peppers, and onions, $5.50). Fuse your favorite breakfast to a winning lunch with Sarks's special grilled cheese (American and white cheese, fried egg, and bacon, $6.75) or grab a juicy hamburger ($5).
- Just as delicious as the original Sarkis! Awesomely dangerous. – David William Siegel, Urbanspoon
- Food is as good as original, decor matches the new surroundings. Still love the loreta sandwich, hash browns on the side. Pancakes good as well for the breakfast fix. – Jeff, Urbanspoon
- This place is just as good as the place up in the burbs and quite a bit nicer inside. Most sequels are not good, this one is as good as empire strikes back. – gerald, Urbanspoon
444 W Fullerton Pkwy
Chicago, Illinois 60614Get Directions