Cafe 103


1909 W. 103rd St.,
United States,

Although the South Side is not known for its restaurants, Beverly residents rave about the food at Café 103. Just past the faux wood entryway, the small dining room features color-blocked walls with shades of red and tan and red upholstered furniture. The American bistro menu changes seasonally to include the freshest ingredients, but past favorites include the seared scallops with corn fritters, butternut squash soup, and panko and corn meal crusted walleye. The restaurant also has a BYO policy with a reasonable corkage fee of about $5.