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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)
Apple almond toast ($6.75) is topped with almond butter, thinly-sliced apples, honey cinnamon drizzle and pecan crumble.
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, Editor
12:00 pm CST December 19, 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. 

“We did what most people do when they move to Glencoe, we were like, ‘There’s no food options here,’” Lou Rubin said.

After they moved to the North Shore, the Rubins picked out what appeals to them at restaurants and made plans, all culminating in the opening of Hometown Coffee and Juice on Oct. 22.