For the days when you want to use brunch as a jumping off point for day drinking, Mezcalitos in Grant Park is where you should start. Their huge patio is dog friendly and especially good for groups, and their classic take on huevos rancheros is one of our favorite brunch dishes in the city. They also serve a wide range of margaritas, which will make working from home on Monday sound like an increasingly good idea as the day goes on.
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