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Patch Picks: Places to Eat Out for Breakfast
- Baker’s Square Restaurant & Pies, 270 E. Northwest Hwy.
If not known for its long list of delightful pies, Baker’s Square must have a reputation for its comprehensive menu. For breakfast, the popular venue features Crepes Lorraine, Eggs Benedict, combo breakfasts, Steak and Eggs and more. Buy a French Silk Pie to take home as you check out.
- Billy’s Pancake House, 440 N. Northwesy Hwy.
Billy's serves traditional breakfast daily, and features signature Apple, Swedish and German pancakes. Billy’s also serves popular breakfast favorites such as Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine and a host of omelets and skillets.
- Café Fourteen, 300 N. Northwest Hwy.
At Café Fourteen, you can select from a list of creative omelets such as Athenian, Hawaiian or Chef’s special omelets. Café Fourteen also features gourmet items like sandwich croissants and frittatas. Many menu choices available for vegetarians.
- Palatine Inn Restaurant, 95 W. Northwest Hwy.
In business since 1978, and voted the Daily Herald’s “Best Family Value,” Palatine Inn Restaurant continues to serve tasty breakfast choices. Palatine Inn serves choice items such as old fashion pancakes, Blueberry and Cherry Crepes, Pecan and Chocolate Chip Waffles and Greek Cheese Omelets.
- Red Apple Pancake House & Café, 2121 S. Plum Grove Rd.
At Red Apple Pancake House, you can choose from a list of house specialties, including Swedish and Potato Pancakes, Lingonberry Pancakes or apple cinnamon French toast. Red Apple also features a variety of waffle and crepe dishes, as well as meat and vegetarian omelets.
- Uptown Café of Palatine, 51 W. Wilson St.
Uptown Café is a perfect choice for those looking to grab a quick, inexpensive breakfast. Uptown Café, located downtown, is quaint and cozy; the venue serves breakfast sandwich croissants and bagels, and baked goods.