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The Korean hot chicken sandwich ($8.75) at The Peanut Gallery in Lake Forest is crispy chicken covered with a chili lemongrass glaze, kimchi slaw and a pickle. Photo Submitted
Papa Willie’s BBQ’s Bag ‘O Ribs ($14 for a half slab, $24 for a full slab) are coated in the restaurant’s signature barbecue sauce. 22nd Century Media File Photo
Trattoria Oliverii’s Pasta Prosciutto ($18), featuring rolled pasta, ham, basil, cheese and a tomato cream sauce, is a longstanding favorite among customers at the Northbrook restaurant. 22nd Century Media File Photo
The Vegetale Fresca ($5.50 for individual order) at Wilmette’s Convito Cafe and Market includes peapods, zucchini, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions with an oregano vinaigrette. Photo Submitted
The spinach pan pizza is one of the many options available at Northshore Pizza Company in Northfield. 22nd Century Media File Photo
Staff Report
3:00 am CDT March 25, 2020
These are surely trying times, but luckily, the North Shore is filled with restaurants that are stepping up to the plate and helping local residents ease their minds a little with the delicious food options they’ve become familiar with over the years.