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A crispy skin incases a tender grilled brick chicken entree that is served with herbed potato wedges and green beans all covered in a flavorful chicken au jus sauce at Highwood’s Greenwood. (22nd Century Media File Photo)
The apple almond toast at Glencoe’s Hometown Coffee & Juice is topped with almond butter, thinly-sliced apples, honey cinnamon drizzle and pecan crumble.
An original waffle puff combo at Glenview’s Boba Club is served with green tea ice cream and topped with dried rose petals.
The Buffalo chicken pizza at Lake Bluff’s Be Market is loaded with beyond chicken stripes, arugula, buffalo chick peas, red pepper and hummus.
The vegetable hakka noodles dish at Northbrook’s Bombay Bowl Bistro features thin boiled noodles, carrots, peppers and onions mixed with traditional Chinese sauces.
Lefty’s Pizza Kitchen, located in Wilmette, offers thin-crust pizza, in addition to pan pizza, like this pie topped with spinach and bell peppers.
The cioppino at Mino’s Italian, in Winnetka, is a fish and seafood stew complete with shrimp, mussels and scallops tossed in white wine, garlic, tomato broth and olive oil. The stew is served with grilled bread.
Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor
4:30 am CST January 4, 2019

Among the greatest signs of a healthy culinary scene is the opening of new restaurants. 

Though some of those featured in our publications in past years did, unfortunately, close their doors in 2018, many exciting dining spots started serving North Shore residents for the first time.