Friday, January 12, 2018 || By Community Editor || @maywoodnews || Updated: 5:34 p.m.
Featured image: Broadview Family Restaurant, in Broadview. | Courtesy Broadview Family Restaurant/Facebook
The old Marquee Restaurant, located at 2417 W. Roosevelt Rd., in Broadview, reopened this week as the Broadview Family Restaurant, according to a statement released by village officials.
The village contributed $350,000 in tax increment financing from the village’s Roosevelt Rd. TIF to fund roughly a third of the development, according to an article published last year in West Suburban Journal.
The old Marquee Restaurant, which was in operation for over 40 years, had been closed for several years. The new restaurant opens after a 15-month remodel.
“Their traditional home-cooked, family style menu will delight Broadview residents for breakfast and lunch, and their Greek- and Italian-inspired dinner menu will bring a new and exciting dining option to Broadview,” according to the statement.
The new restaurant will serve, among other offerings, “homemade soups, authentic appetizers like saganaki (flaming cheese) fired up tableside, Grecian chicken, skirt steak [and] BBQ ribs,” the statement adds. “With a focus on family, their Mickey Mouse Pancakes will bring a smile to your child’s face and every little one gets to leave a with a balloon.”
Broadview Family Restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Advanced notice is needed for groups of more than 10 people. An expanded dining room can seat more than 20 people. Each Wednesday, seniors get 10 percent discounts.
For reservations or more information, contact the restaurant at (708) 345-8660. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at new restaurant on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 11 a.m. VFP
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