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DINING OUT IN KANE | Where She Loves to Dine Locally


WESTERN SUBURBS – Women love to get together with their girlfriends and catch up on life. Most prefer quaint restaurants with great ambience so they can feel like they are hundreds of miles from home. They crave the connection with friends and flavor of great food.

Whether catching up with friends over a leisurely mid-morning breakfast and Bloody Mary, making big decisions over lunch with co-workers, or simply grabbing pancakes with your favorite kiddo, Brunch Café in St. Charles is where delicious food, exceptional service and contemporary style meet.

The uniqueness and ambiance of Town House Books & Café in St. Charles is the perfect gathering place for the gals featuring a menu of fresh-from-scratch soups and creative sandwiches. The back courtyard is open for lunch every day, weather permitting; in addition there are tables set up outside in front of the bookstore that are available for self-service making it a perfect spot to for an afternoon iced tea & sandwich with friends.

Head over to Geneva’s Nosh at 22 N. Third Street for a lovely, bright, and modern bite to eat offering plenty of outdoor seating for the fall season while serving a decadent breakfast menu, burgers, polenta, salads, and sandwiches for lunch, and a unique “sips” menu including Grapefruit, Traditional, and Strawberry & OJ Mimosas, as well as a variety of cocktails and craft beers.

For a sweet treat and talk therapy with your bestie, Alice’s Place located in Elburn, is regarded as one of the best Ice Cream Parlors in the Sugar Grove and Elburn area.-Kristen Kucharski



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