New Kid’s Menus at Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook

Cooks Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris of Prairie Grass Bistro (601 Skokie Blvd.; Northbrook, IL; 847-205-4433) have composed new early lunch, lunch, and supper menus for children as a major aspect of their dedication to the Solid Passage for Children activity. Stegner is an establishing part Sound Toll for Children, which means to make more beneficial suppers open to kids.

“We will likely offer no less than one sound decision on child’s menus all over the place,” says Stegner. “We have various solid alternatives on our menu that are fun and scrumptious at Prairie Grass Bistro.”

Many eateries have joined Sound Passage for Children by setting no less than one thing on their menu for children taking after the association’s wholesome rules. Invigorating children’s suppers are a top positioned sustenance incline which helps eateries remain focused.

Prairie Grass Bistro’s new child’s menus demonstrate that in light of the fact that a dish is sound doesn’t mean it can’t be fun and tasty. Children can begin with a nibble of edamame ($3) or a blended green serving of mixed greens with “Compelling Vine” tomatoes and balsamic dressing ($4). There’s additionally a children combo with apples, carrots, cucumber, lumps of cheddar and caramelized bananas ($5).

Courses, for example, Filet of Sauteed Lake Unrivaled Wild Whitefish presented with grapefruit, carrots and tricks ($11) or the Panko Crusted All-Characteristic Chicken Cutlet with crunchy apple slaw ($8) both have the Sound Passage for Children logo, demonstrating they meet the activity’s nutritious rules and are extraordinary decisions for children that guardians can like.

The new menus additionally have child’s top picks, for example, a Waffle with maple syrup and whipped spread for Sunday early lunch ($7) and a PB & J twofold decker sandwich presented with new natural product for weekday lunch ($4). There’s dependably a Cheddar Pizza with cook’s decision of vegetable amid supper.

Friday Night Unique

On Friday evenings, children can make their own particular pizza ($10). The server brings the 10 pizza parts (peppers, onions, custom made Italian wiener, oregano, basil, mozzarella, Parmesan, olives, mushrooms and marinara) to the table for the children to make their own particular perfect work of art pizza. Stegner truly loves this since it gets the youngster connected with; it’s intelligent, hands on and they get the opportunity to eat their manifestations.

For a supper with sound alternatives the entire family can appreciate, visit Prairie Grass Bistro in Northbrook.

For reservations, call 847-205-4433.

About Prairie Grass Bistro

Prairie Grass Bistro (601 Skokie Blvd.; Northbrook, IL; 847-205-4433) backings Chicago’s Green City Market and nearby supportable ranches, selecting the freshest fixings to mirror the season. Prairie Grass Bistro at present serves lunch Monday – Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. also, supper Monday through Sunday. Supper is served Tuesday – Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Monday and Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Prairie Grass Bistro likewise serves breakfast Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. what’s more, Sundays 9:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Light charge is accessible in the bar Monday through Friday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more data or to reserve a spot, please call (847) 205-4433 or visit prairiegrasscafe.com. Take after Prairie Grass Bistro news at newsline360.com/prairiegrasscafe and on Facebook at Facebook.com/PrairieGrassCafe.

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