|Johnny's Grill was appropriately featured in an Edward Hopper|
retrospective at the Art Institute ad campaign
I always feel like I'm stepping back in time when I step into Johnny's Grill. We love sitting at the counter and watching as our food is prepared on the griddle. I love the homemade hashbrowns and omelets here; Daniel loves the chocolate chip pancakes, which he ordered, for lunch, with a side of bacon and hashbrowns (pretty much Daniel's idea of a perfect lunch).
Then we walked over to the newly restored Logan Theatre, where a 2pm screening of Argo cost $10 for the both of us. I went into Argo clueless - I had no idea really what the movie was about - and left speechless. Based on the Canadian Caper that took place during the Iran hostage crisis, Argo kept me on the edge of my seat. Daniel enjoyed it, too, and we discussed the movie our entire walk home. (It's rated R, for language and violence related to war/terrorism, but I felt that my son could handle it).
On our way home, I wanted to stop at our newest independent bookstore, but we ducked into our local library instead.
|The Logan Theatre|