Lakeview East Dining Guide - Page 21

KUMA’S TOO 666 W. DIVERSEY 773.472.2666 Kuma’s Too This is the second Kuma’s location in Chicago, at 666 W. Diversey. From their origins as a corner bar in Avondale with a solid American bistro fare, they’ve grown to four locations that offer the finest burgers available on the planet. Their ethos is simple. Support your community. Eat beef. Bang your head. They support local and homegrown purveyors and encourage you to read their menu on to view the selection of rotating craft brews they carry year round. The bar features an exclusive selection of small label whiskeys and many other varieties of alcoholic and non-alcoholic libations as well. Kuma’s Too believes it’s their obligation to give back to the communities that supports them and their love for meat and heavy metal. So don’t forget to ask your server about the charity of the month. ANN SATHERS 3415 N. BROADWAY 773.305.0024 When the Swedish owners of a restaurant located on Belmont decided to retire over 60 years ago, a woman named Ann Sather quit her job of 22 years and bought herself a diner, better known today as Ann Sather Restaurant. Her devotion to wholesome, madefrom-scratch food, low prices and hard work became legendary in the Lakeview neighborhood. In 1981 after searching for a successor, Ann finally sold the restaurant to Tom Tunney, who is currently the Alderman of the 44th Ward. Over the last 22 years, Tom has expanded the business to include one of the most famous breakfasts in town, several neighborhood cafés and Ann Sather Catering. Try one of their famous cinnamon rolls when you head over for breakfast at one of three locations: 909 W. Belmont, 3415 N. Broadway and 1147 W. Granville. Ann Sathers