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Prairie Grass Cafe

601 Skokie Blvd.
Northbrook, IL 60062


George Bumbaris and Sarah Stegner deliver stylish comfort food at this treasure, supplied by local sustainable farms, which is as perennially packed as it is dependable. Baked feta cheese and homemade pâté with Cognac-marinated prunes are flavor-packed appetizers, and homemade Italian sausage with basil rémoulade, balsamic reduction, and a stack of grilled vegetables is what this place is all about. Whatever you do, save room for a piece of Mom’s seasonal pie, recently blueberry in a heavenly crust.

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Dishes We Liked

Marinated beet salad with toasted hazelnuts and Capriole Farm goat cheese ($9); crispy boneless chicken half with wild rice, sautéed broccoli, and greens ($18); strawberry crêpe with Grand Marnier sauce ($7.50)

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Additional Information:

Price: $10-$19
Cuisine: Contemporary American
Neighborhood: Suburban North
Noteworthy: BYO (up to $5 corkage)
Child friendly
Free dinner parking
Wheelchair accessible
Hours: L Mon-Fri, D nightly. Br Sat, Sun.
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