The iconic Sugar Bowl is alive and doing well in Des Plaines. Originally a candy factory and soda shop that opened in 1921, the Sugar Bowl has had multiple changes of ownership over the years, before closing in 1997. In 2009, George Prassas and his partner purchased Sugar Bowl and remodeled it completely. The only thing that is still original to the now breakfast and lunch spot is the outside sign. Even with a change of menu, customers who frequented the Sugar Bowl decades before continued to make their way to downtown Des Plaines for a tasty meal. The ëSugar Bowl Waffleí is a favorite among those with a sweet tooth; a Belgian waffle topped with vanilla ice cream and Georgia pecans, drizzled with pure honey and dusted with cinnamon. Customers rave about Sugar Bowlís great quality Black Angus skirt steak. Salads and sandwiches are also a bit hit.After the restaurant closes for the day, Sugar Bowl often hosts private events from graduation parties to corporate events. It is a great place to have a party since you get the whole restaurant to yourself! Sugar Bowl also does catering; even if it is not on the menu, if they have the capability to make it for you, they will accommodate you. Right across from the train station, the Sugar Bowl is an easily accessible restaurant to visit at any time of year. With good food and great service, there is no better way to start your day!
1494 N Miner St
Des Plaines, IL 60016