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The chicken kabobs ($15.95) features grilled chicken served on a skewer with tomato, onion and peppers atop a rice pilaf with Grandpa’s homemade peanut dressing on the side.
Grandpa’s Place’s calamari ($7.95) is lightly breaded in their seasoned flour and brown sugar and is a “sleeper” on the menu.
The Grandpa Burger ($11.90) is a half-pound burger served on a toasted bun with a choice of traditional toppings. Photos by Michal Dwojak/22nd Century Media.
The Reuben ($12.95) sandwich is tender corned beef served with homemade Thousand Island dressing, sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese on rye bread.
Jason Addy, Editor
1:02 pm CST January 29, 2019
When the Middletons purchased Grandpa’s Place in 2003, the family immediately got down to work modernizing the century-old fixture of Glenview’s culinary scene.