DINING GUIDE 2012 | thE DaIly NorthwEstErN
JOIN US FOR TRADITIONAL
ENGLISH AFTERNOON TEA
Join us for traditional English afternoon tea served the thirdSaturday of every month in the Grand Parlor of the Margarita
European Inn. Enjoy ﬁnger sandwiches, scones, pastries, and—ofcourse—tea, amidst the vintage charm of our Edwardian decor.Historic cocktails and wine are available as well. Afternoon tea isserved between 1:00pm to 4:00pm and is $24.00 per person (exclu
sive of tax and gratuity.) To make a reservation please call PensieroRistorante at 847 475 7779.1566 Oak Ave.Evanston, IL 60201847.475.7779www.pensieroitalian.comOpen for dinner Fridays andSaturdays starting at 5:00pm.Sunday brunch 10:00am-2:00pm.Reservations recommended.
Pensiero Ristorante has been the North Shore diningdestination for amazing Italian cuisine and warm hospitalityfor over twenty years.
PENSIERO – EVERYDAY ITALIAN
Located in the historic Margarita European Inn
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