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The three cheeseburger sliders ($9.95) at Northfield’s The Happ Inn are made with prime ground beef, topped with cheddar cheese and paired up with homemade potato chips, french fries or grapes. JACQUELINE GLOSNIAK/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The cheese pizza ($.45), sold at Marcello’s Father and Son Restaurant, is suitably kid-sized. SARAH HAIDER/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
TB Asian Cuisine’s Chicken Mayo dish ($6), made with deep-fried chicken over rice, was created by owner Jay Choi for his young son. ERIC DEGRECHIE/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The Mickey Mouse pancakes ($5.75) at Jasper’s Cafe in Glenview feature a strawberry mouth, blueberry eyes and whipped cream whiskers. CHRIS PULLAM/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Staff Report
3:38 pm CDT April 18, 2017
Anyone who spends time around children knows how picky they can be when it comes to food. Getting kids to broaden their palates at home can be difficult enough, but eating out can be near impossible.