Full Episode - This time Edgar heads over to Lincoln Square/Ravenswood to get a taste of some art at the Lillstreet Art Center before heading over to try some of the finest homemade German style sausages and sauerkraut at Gene’s Sausage Shop. Meanwhile, Holly goes for it at Glenn’s Diner for the catch of the day! Then, the two meet up with “The First Lady of Children’s Folk Song”, Ella Jenkins at the Old Town School of Folk Music.
Beyond the Loop - Lincoln Square/Ravenswood: Intro
Holly and Edgar introduce Lincoln Square and Ravenswood.
Beyond the Loop – Lincoln Square/Ravenswood: Gene's Sausage Shop
This Lincoln Square staple is the house that bratwurst built. With a European style delicatessen, lively beer garden and enough smoked sausage varieties to make your head spin, it’s no wonder why Gene’s has been around for more than 40 years.
Beyond the Loop – Lincoln Square/Ravenswood: Glenn's Diner
Specializing in serving some of the best seafood in the city, this place isn’t your average diner. At Glenn’s you will find everything from potato pancakes to Alaskan King Crab Legs. And we can’t forget to mention the giant wall of cereal for your breakfast pleasure. You just have to see it to believe it.