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Lunch at Lake Park

Dec. 6, 2007
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Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro (3133 E. Newberry Blvd.) is a premier lakefront dining spot. Though the menu has wavered over the years, it has returned to its French roots under the tutelage of executive chef Adam Siegel. At this time of year I enjoy lunch visits when the weather is sunny. Now that the leaves are off the trees, the Lake Michigan views are even better, and there is seldom a wait for a table on weekdays. Though the lunch menu is smaller than at dinner, it includes the classic onion soup and items like a veal cutlet served with mushrooms that are bursting in flavor. If you prefer fish, the rainbow trout is impressive for its size. Chef Siegel was a James Beard finalist for Best Chef in the Midwest last year. On Jan. 23, 2008, he will be a guest chef at James Beard House in New York City. The event will be a special dinner featuring ever-so-pricey black truffles. Frequent fliers take note: The dinner will be open to the public.


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