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Little Tails’ meatball hero ($12) features meatballs in marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and topped with fresh basil. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
The restaurant’s shrimp de jonghe ($24) is served with five shrimp tossed in a white wine garlic cream sauce.
Little Tails’ namesake burger ($14) is made from wagyu beef and topped with avocado, maple bacon, brie cheese, bacon jam and garlic aioli.
Martin Carlino Contributing Editor
9:00 am CST December 13, 2018
Just months after opening Little Tails Bar and Grill, John Kopanski and Chandra Parshetty believe they have the makings of a restaurant unlike any other in the area. The management duo behind west Lake Forest’s newest restaurant spent months conceptualizing its vision for a community-friendly sports bar-style eatery.