The legendary Savoy began in 1918 with Greek immigrant Nick Kelamis. Four generations later and still going strong, the hotspot offers up traditional classics like the joint’s famous cinnamon rolls, caramel pecan rolls, from-scratch biscuits, pancakes and other breakfast fare.

Savoy is a lunch hotspot as well, with options like the hot roast beef sandwich, served open-faced on a slab of homemade toasted bread, served with mashed potatoes and covered in rich, brown house gravy.  Lighter appetites are served with items including the Mandarin Orange – a salad with mixed greens, mandarin oranges, celery, green onion, sugar-glazed almonds and zesty vinaigrette. Some menu items are so popular that they’re sold packaged and ready to go in larger quantities, like the savory sausage breakfast casseroles. 6033 S. Sheridan Rd.; eatsavoy.com