Local Eats: Forest Park Food Finds You Need To Know

Local Eats: Forest Park Food Finds You Need To Know

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Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Forest Park, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.

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    Great breakfast spot in Forest Park. I ordered the eggurito and my wife ordered spinach crepes. I loved my order and my barely ate hers. Our waitress shana came over and told her she can reorder! -- Sohail Jameel via Foursquare
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    check out their Duckfat burger. Juice beef, caramelized onion, Bree cheese and bacon on a pretzel roll - YUM, and so big that I cannot wait to eat the leftovers for lunch! -- Anke Weekes via Foursquare
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    Best quality cup of house diner coffee in the area. Love it! Very pleasant waitstaff. Way to start the day. -- William Langston via Foursquare
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    Blast from the past but in the best most authentic way. Filet mignon was charred to medium rare perfection. Proper martini. Sweet tender liver & onions. Baked potato in foil topped w sour cream. -- Derrick Mancini via Foursquare
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    The caramelized spice rub on the slabs of meaty St. Louis cuts (spareribs sans tips) gives them a slightly chewy crust. Underneath lurks a quarter-thin layer of smoke over a full inch of robust pork. -- Time Out Chicago via Foursquare
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    Great place to kick back, have some great food and catch a game. Don't miss St Pat's day there! -- Kathryn Moran via Foursquare
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    Yum and great prices!! I did a special egg white so good! Came wit pancakes so good! Also got the chicken sausage soooo good!! And coffee delis -- Heather via Foursquare
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    Georgia Caviar side dish: cool, crisp, tart, black-eyed pea and veggie salad was such a good contrast to the smoky pulled pork! -- Allison Barnard via Foursquare
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    "Brown cow" is also is the name of the root beer float, the parlor's signature drink. The root beer float ($3.99/$5.25) is created from scratch and brewed in-house. -- Chicago Tribune via Foursquare
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    The soft serve ice cream is creamy and good. Green River float rocks too if that's your thing. -- Katie Keller via Foursquare
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    Outstanding food! Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert all top notch. The garlic fries are a must try. The sweet potato pie is to die for. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ -- Steven T via Foursquare
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    Of their selection of spuds, our favorite is the queso fries, aka fry nachos. Peppered fries are drenched with a four-cheese sauce and coated with olives, jalapenos, cilantro and bacon bits. -- Chicago Tribune via Foursquare
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