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Apple almond toast ($6.75) is topped with almond butter, thinly-sliced apples, honey cinnamon drizzle and pecan crumble.
The garden caprese toast ($8.75) is one of Hometown Coffee and Juice’s most popular dishes with avocado, basil, pesto, Roma tomato, mozzarella, sea salt and balsamic glaze. Photos by Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media
Hometown’s veggie sandwich ($7.75) has hummus, spinach, tomato, red onion, cucumber, Swiss cheese, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper on multigrain toast.
The berry smoothie bowl ($8.75) is made with blueberry, strawberry, banana, almond milk and butter and is topped with sliced strawberries, bananas, blueberries, granola, and honey.
The classic toast ($7.25) comes with avocado, roma tomato, drizzled olive oil, crushed red pepper flakes and sea salt, and an egg can be added for $2.
The harvest kale and quinoa soup ($5.50) is made with kale, quinoa, celery, onions, carrot celery root, butternut squash, beets, peeled pear tomatoes in an organic vegetable stock and served with toast on the side.
The Hometown ($8.50) is sandwich with egg, bacon, vermont cheddar, tomato and avocado on brioche bread.
Erin Yarnall, Contributing Editor
9:51 am CST December 18, 2018
When Lou and Julie Rubin moved to Glencoe in 1999, they felt like they didn’t have a lot of options when it came to local places to eat.