Chicago is known for it’s awesome people, fun summer and most importantly, the amazing food! If you’ve ever visited Chicago, you know people from here always brag about the food. Take our exclusive quiz on which Chicago-style food you are.
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Ahhh, yes. Brunch. Who doesn’t love a Chicago brunch? It’s the perfect way to rejuvenate especially over the weekend. If you are ever in need of a place to go to brunch in your neighborhood, you can try these brunch spots below!
- Andersonville: Big Jones – 5347 N Clark St.
- Bucktown: Birchwood Kitchen – 2211 W. North Ave.
- Great choices of breakfast sandwiches and waffles.
- Edgewater: Uncommon Ground – 1401 W Devon Ave.
- Known as one of the “greenest restaurants in America”
- Gold Coast: Table Fifty-Two – 52 W Elm St.
- From salty-sweet fried chicken to fluffy biscuits with spicy gravy, this is a must-visit!
- Hyde Park: Original Pancake House – 1358 E 47th St,
- The Dutch Baby is oven baked and served with whipped butter, lemon and powdered sugar. Delicious!
- Irving Park: Bread & Wine – 3732 W Irving Park Rd.
- This extensive wine list served in a chic bistro only gives you another reason to have a boozy brunch.
- Lakeview: Bakin’ & Eggs – 3120 N Lincoln Ave.
- This place is always packed because it’s known to be one of the best brunch spots in Chicago.
- Lincoln Park: 2 Sparrows – 553 W Diversey Pkwy
- Shrimp & grits. That’s all you need to know about this place.
- Logan Square: Longman & Eagle – 2657 N Kedzie Ave.
- Chef Jared Wentworth makes the best piña colada French toast
- River North: Frontera Grill – 445 N Clark St.
- Do you like your eggs spicy? This is the place to fulfill that craving.
- Roscoe Village: Frasca – 3358 N Paulina St.
- The breakfast pizza is to die for. Perfect crispy crust with egg, sausage, bacon, cheese and more!
- Wicker Park: The Southern – 1840 W. North Ave.
- Try the chicken and biscuits or eggs sardou with a side of Bloody Mary! There is even an outdoor patio for those hot summer days.
Have you been to any of these places? They are amazing! What’s your favorite Chicago brunch place?
If you haven’t tried Italian ice, you’re missing out! Italian ice is very popular among many Chicagoan’s because Italian ice shops are everywhere!
In case you were wondering where the best Italian ice spots were, we’re here to help!
Check out the list of best Italian ice in Chicago below:
- Annette’s Homemade Italian Ice – 924 W Armitage Ave.
- Miko’s Italian Ice – 2234 N Sacramento Ave.
- Mario’s Italian Lemonade – 1068 W Taylor St.
- Carm’s Beef and Italian Ice – 1057 W Polk St.
- Paciugo – 3241 N Broadway St.
Tell us about your favorite Italian ice flavor below! We love to try new things. Get out and enjoy some Italian ice. The weather is getting warm and it’s the perfect way to spend a hot summer day with friends and family.