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The Chicken A La Florentine at Glencoe’s Frank and Betsie’s is filled with sauteed baby spinach, onions and feta cheese. Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
Frank and Betsie’s Pate a la Maison ($11) is anchored by “Frank’s famous chicken liver.” Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
The butternut squash soup ($8) is topped with a Gruyere-encrusted crouton. Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
Frank and Betsie’s creates its own dressing for the Caeser salad ($9). Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
The carrot cake ($5.95) at Frank and Betsie’s is prepared with a traditional cream cheese frosting. Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
Alex Mayster, Managing Editor
3:21 am CDT April 30, 2015

Frequent Frank and Betsie’s diners may feel more like part of a small family gathering than customers at a popular Glencoe restaurant.

Frank and Betsie themselves wouldn’t have it any other way.

That’s the atmosphere the couple, married 26 years, has been striving to create since opening on the North Shore 19 years ago.