After walking pass this place many times i finally caught it open. Was far from disappointed with what i ordered; i ordered the BBQ Rib tips which comes with fries and a drink. Before stopping in, i thought this place only sold breakfast, but was surprised once i stopped in and seen desserts, alcohol, and the menu. As far as cleanliness it's great! I had no issues, and definitely felt comfortable eating the food. As far as restaurants, i rank it as one of the best in Uptown neighborhood.
Im also a people watcher, and this place is perfect for it; it's a high traffic area, which sits less than 100 meters from Harry S. Truman College; right outside of CTA Wilson on Broadway.
- Muscle strength. Newborns with skinny legs and 3-month-olds buoyed by water make stepping movements, but 6-month-olds on dry land do not; their legs are too chubby for their underdeveloped muscles. As they gain strength they stand and then walk.
- Brain maturation. The first leg movements---kicking (alternating legs at birth and then both legs together or one leg repeatedly at about 3 months) ---occur without much thought. As the brain matures, deliberate leg action becomes possible.
- Practice. Unbalanced, wide-legged, short strides become a steady, smooth gait.
The parade kicks off at noon on Sunday, June 26, 2016, at Montrose Avenue and Broadway in Uptown and ends near the intersection of Diversey Parkway and Sheridan Road in Lincoln Park. Pride Month in June is the culmination of Chicago's vibrant LGBT community.