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From 1970 to 2001, Sarkis Tashjian served up heaping portions of good cheer alongside platefuls of gustatory wonderment, topped off with a hug and an “I love you, buddy.”
In turn, “breakfast at Sarkis’” became a beloved North Shore tradition, a bustling yet intimate experience where all felt enlivened and enveloped — from New Trier kids recovering from last night’s revelry, to neighbors catching up, to shift workers just wanting a real breakfast with a side of smiles.
There’s a new breakfast place in town, and it’s offering a unique concept to customers in downtown Glencoe.
An existing business in the downtown area, Tudor Wine Bar, is partnering with the new eatery called Arepie to provide a space for its operations early mornings from Saturday through Monday.
"But we can’t move when we’re expecting a baby!”
That was my grand rebuttal to my husband’s declaration that he had found a house for us ... in the suburbs (cue the shrill scream).
Forgive me, but I’m one of those “city people.” I walk everywhere at a fast pace, relish the blistering noise and wax poetic about Chicago on a daily basis. Architecture! Michelin Stars! The Art Institute! Every evening, I would slouch on the well-worn sofa of our Michigan Avenue condo and watch the clouds turn pink before the skyscrapers switched on like night lights. The city glittered.