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Retro diner serving quick, consistent breakfasts, burgers, and beers.

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Breakfast and burgers are the main attractions at this urban diner, which seems to inspire Raters to heights of terseness. “Killer malts!” is all one has to say. “Lively jukebox,” says another. “The Charlie Trotter’s of diners,” says a third. The tiny original Salt & Pepper (across the street from the restaurant's second location at 2575 N. Lincoln) was a true greasy spoon; by comparison the slicked-up retro ambience of the Clark Street location seems a bit calculated, but you won’t find any designer martinis there, just a few bottled beers. No alcohol at all on Lincoln; cash only both locations.

Michael Lenehan

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