Monday, February 4, 2008

Chatham Pancake House in the news...

I meant to do a review of the restaurant after getting some information on it (some great history on the current owner, for example).

It was just on the news, as some major politicians, including Chicago's Mayor Daley and 6th Ward Alderman Lyle, wer ein attendance. You may have seen them & others at the Pancake House this afternoon or evening.

Feel free to visit it (at the area that is home to Target & the Nike Outlet Store) and write a review if i don't beat you to it.

Chatham Pancake House
700 E. 87th
Chicago, IL 60619
Open Daily, 7am-3pm

Here's the article from WBBM-AM, Newsradio 78 (780 AM)

Daley Voices Support For Obama, Urges Voters To Follow

CHICAGO (WBBM) -- Mayor Daley is joining other local officials
campaigning for Barack Obama on this day before the crucial Super Tuesday

WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore caught up with the Mayor at a South
Side pancake house.

After enjoying breakfast at Chatham Pancake House with Senate President
Emil Jones, several Aldermen and others, Daley worked the room. He urged voters
old and young to support Barack Obama and vote for delegates committed to
Obama. Illinois is not a winner take all state when it comes to democratic

And, like the African-American officials by his side, the Mayor bristled at
any suggestion that Obama’s strength lies mostly in the African-American
community. He says there are strong Obama supporters throughout the state and
the nation.

Still, the Mayor sees Barack Obama as an underdog, much like the Giants in
Sunday’s Superbowl. He can beat the odds, suggests the Mayor.

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