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Cafe Central’s pan-seared, grass-fed black angus Rain Crow ranch cheeseburger ($15.25) comes with cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, tomato, mayonnaise, french fries and a house salad. Photos by Alex Mayster/22nd Century Media
The express lunch special ($13.50) includes chicken stew with roasted potatoes, roasted pumpkin, carrots, artichokes, a veal reduction sauce, a house salad and a chocolate cake pop.
The baked goat cheese salad ($10.25) with mixed greens, beets, candied walnuts, a balsamic vinaigrette and a round of baked goat cheese is pictured.
The chocolate cake pop comes with the express lunch special.
Jamie Bradley, Contributing Editor
12:20 am CDT October 22, 2014

Highland Park’s Cafe Central, 455 Central Ave., is closing in on its 19th year of business, but its roots go much deeper than that. 

Owned by Carlos and Debbie Nieto — the couple behind long-time North Shore eatery Carlos’s, and now Highwood’s Nieto’s — Cafe Central is operated by the Nieto’s son, Adam.