Kitsch'n On Roscoe, a fun-loving, free-wheeling comfort food restaurant with a healthy 1970s obsession, is celebrating 10 years in business. If you're one of the uninitiated, Kitsch'n is akin to having dinner in the groovy Brady Bunch house or perhaps your own home's old rec room -- complete with crazy collections of vintage lunchboxes, beer cans and lava lamps.
Even Kitsch'n's menu is retro, with chef Jon Young giving his intrepretations of classic dishes like lasagna, beef stroganoff and chicken marsala. To celebrate its birthday, Kitsch'n On Roscoe is offering comfort food dinner specials Tuesday through Saturday evenings for $10 each. The entrees include such crowd pleasers as all-you-can-eat fried chicken (Tuesday), not-your-mom's meatloaf (Wednesday), pot pies (Thursday), deluxe mac 'n' cheese (Friday) and fried chicken and waffles (Saturday). Each meal comes with a featured beer, glass of wine or soda (or should we say "pop" to keep with the '70s theme?).