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Dining Out: Owner behind That Little French Guy reflects on eight-year journey
The cafe’s Croque Madame sandwich ($10.90) is comprised of ham, Swiss cheese and béchamel sauce with a fried egg on top and is served with a side salad. Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
The mademoiselle ($6.20) is a large macaron filled with cream and fresh raspberries.
The cafe’s chocolate eclair ($4.90) is a pastry topped with chocolate and filled with dark chocolate cremeux.
That Little French Guy’s Quiche Végétarienne ($9.90) is a traditional quiche, filled with zucchini, onion, cream and cheese and served with a side salad.
D30 officials bump back Maple School start, end times after D225 schedule change
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Citizens for Glenview candidates make their case for Village Board at League of Women Voters forum
Independent Village Board candidate puts in legwork after skipping LWV forum
Glenview police to increase patrols Thursday-Monday for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations
Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor
3:20 pm CST January 17, 2019
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