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The 14-ounce rib eye ($42) at Kenilworth’s Great Coast Commons is served with a choice of borderlaise (pictured), au poivre or bearnaise sauce. Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
The Faroe Island salmon ($27) features a lentil and root vegetable cassoulet, squash and hazelnut butter.
The vegan chorizo tacos ($3.50 each) features hand-made blue corn tortillas, guacamole and toasted pumpkin seed.
The Southern fried chicken sandwich ($15) is served on a cheddar biscuit, coleslaw, spicy mayo, homemade pickles and hand-cut fries.
One of the restaurant’s appetizers, the savory monkey bread ($6).
Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor
6:33 am CST January 29, 2020
Chick Evans admits he’s a Great Lakes kind of guy. Born and raised near Lake Erie in Buffalo, New York, the owner of Kenilworth’s new restaurant, Great Coast Commons, feels right at home on the North Shore with Lake Michigan.