You won’t see this advertised. It’s a little old-fashioned grill in the bottom floor of the Executive Plaza office building on the Southwest Freeway just inside the Loop. A lovely couple, manning a tiny kitchen and grill, serves up first-rate breakfasts (including awesome tacos and breakfast “sandwiches” on toast or croissants) and lunches, largely to building workers, but you can park on the west side of the building and enter for solid food at bargain prices. Biscuits, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage and coffee are cooked up fresh each morning. A different lunch special and sandwich combo are offered at lunch, with the standard burgers, chicken sandwiches, hotdogs, Frito pies, turkey, chicken and egg salads, all on the daily menu. Best of the specials are the Friday fried catfish — thin, crispy with a touch of spice — and delicious; and the steak hoagie that usually shows up once a week. The catfish comes with fries or an amazing green salad — no iceberg here, but designer greens and fresh fruit on the side for $4.69. The hoagie, which consists of nice quality shaved beef, fresh green pepper, mushrooms, onions, two thick slices of provolone, lettuce and tomato on a fluffy sub bun, goes for $4.29 with a small bag of chips and a canned beverage thrown in. The meatball sub comes in a close second, with eight meatballs, sauce and provolone for the same bargain price. Other days may see chicken fried chicken, spaghetti or lasagna, stir-fried Asian specialties or the popular fried shrimp basket. Nothing is over $5. There are three coolers full of soft drinks, juices, water, power/energy drinks and iced coffees, fountain soft drinks and Luzianne iced tea. And for desserts or snacks, there are Otis Spunkmeyer cookies baked fresh each morning, and a rack of candies, cookies and granola bars. A testament to Sky Deli is that many of the office workers eat there twice a day, five days a week — and never get bored.