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First impressions of the new El Rey

Published Oct. 21, 2011

The new El Rey, across the street from Serb Hall has a clean, new feel to it, but lacks some of the character that exists at the other locations.


Another El Rey to open

Published Oct. 4, 2011

Another El Rey will open on Oct. 15 at 5200 W. Oklahoma Ave. The newest addition to the local chain of Latin food stores is called El Rey Family Market and will stock Serbian and Polish items, as well.


Moct reintroduces food with new appetizer menu

Published Dec. 8, 2009

As of late November, the kitchen at Moct was back up and running and producing a completely new menu. Whereas Cafe Fabrika served relatively upscale, traditional Serbian dishes such as cevapcici and sarma, Moct has scaled back a bit, though not in flavor.


Old Town's Serbian food, setting have timeless feel

Published March 16, 2009

If it's been awhile since you visited Old Town Serbian Gourmet House, 522 W. Lincoln Ave., you may notice that not much has changed. The restaurant, which opened in 1971, offers heavy, homemade food and reasonable prices in a setting that evokes the old times.


Cafe Fabrika breaks the mold for Serbian food

Published Dec. 30, 2004

Serbian restaurants here are usually "mom and pop" places like Three Brothers or Old Town Serbian Gourmet, classic with consistent delicious and hearty cuisine, minus a hip nightlife. But Café Fabrika has broken that mold.

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