98 "Brunch" restaurants in Chicago.
The Publican is a Medieval styled mecca of all things beer, pork, and oysters. If that's not appealing, you can't sit with us.
The Magna Carta Holy Grail of the brunch scene. Get involved.
Mott Street, a restaurant on Ashland near Wicker Park, serves interesting, delicious Asian-influenced food.
Table Fifty-Two delivers country club style Southern cuisine. We'll pay all the money to be members, just let us in the door.
Any restaurant with the words "Pie" and "Biscuit" in its name is probably a place you want to go.
Baker Miller is a Lincoln Square bakery and cafe that mills their own flour. They make great savory and sweet items.
PQM is an excellent little cafe. We only wish it stayed open later.
A cozy yet lively American bistro that makes for a relaxed, personable, and fun time.
Like Brian Urlacher's former coverage skills or Dennis Rodman's hair, Dusek's has range.
Glenn's Diner feels like a diner, but it specializes in simple seafood. They also have spaghetti and meatballs and a cereal bar. You'll like it.
Lula Cafe is a Logan Square staple that’s Perfect For a lot of occasions. It’s always a reliable place to eat.
Nico Osteria is a seafood-focused Italian restaurant in the Gold Coast’s Thompson Hotel.
Bernie's Lunch & Supper doesn't make a whole lot of sense on paper, but it comes together nicely. It's great for a number of occasions.