Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Bebe’s Eatery Joined Chicago French Market March 1

The Chicago French Market is continuing to expand its food offerings for local professionals and Chicagoland commuters. The newest addition is Bebe’s Eatery, which joined the market March 1, provides a fresh and delicious kosher option for guests. Bebe’s will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner using only the freshest ingredients to create delectable sandwiches, salads, wraps, pastas and sides.

Visit Bebe’s in the morning for the perfect breakfast nosh of fresh baked muffins and Danishes along with the finest lox and egg bagel sandwiches. All dairy products are Cholov Yisroel while baked goods are Pareve and Yoshon and meat is Glatt Kosher.

Bebe’s was created as a collaborative initiative from a variety of popular suburban North Shore kosher restaurants, including: The Sandwich Club, Emma’s Bagel Cafe and Srulie’s Essen Delicatessen. It will offer favorites from each restaurant including the Fire Cracker Chicken Wrap, Eggel Bagel Deluxe and the popular Schnitzel Pastrami Sandwich.

Bebe’s Eatery will operate under the supervision of the Chicago Rabbinical Council and each meal is packaged to ensure freshness and kosher compliance. Every Friday Bebe’s will offer family-sized grab and go meals and a variety of challahs perfect for the Shabbat table or a weekend dinner party or brunch. From roasted chicken to kugel, Bebe’s Eatery is the only kosher grab and go in downtown Chicago.

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