GUIDE: Chicago

Because Brunch Is the Best

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    Allium

    120 E. Delaware Pl.

    Near North Side

    Cuisine: American

    $$$

    The Four Seasons has loosened its tie a bit with new restaurant Allium, but Michelin-starred chef Kevin Hickey's masterful and whimsical play on American classics still captures four-star decadence. READ REVIEW

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    Bakin' & Eggs

    3120 N. Lincoln Ave.

    Lakeview

    Cuisine: American, Bakery

    $

    The Chicago Reader’s Julia Thiel says, “If bacon has officially jumped the shark, someone forgot to tell the folks behind Bakin’ & Eggs” READ REVIEW

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    Batter & Berries

    2748 N. Lincoln Ave.

    Lincoln Park

    $

    What sets this stellar brunch spot apart from the pack is an obsession with flavor and presentation. READ REVIEW

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    Beezzee

    2807 N. Sheffield Ave.

    Lincoln Park

    $

    "The name derives from “busy,” and the menu at this Lake View quick-serve spot sounds like it keeps the cooks busy."Chicago Mag READ REVIEW

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    Bistronomic

    840 N. Wabash Ave.

    Near North Side

    Cuisine: French

    $$$

    Chef Martial Noguier’s inaugural brunch menu is a thrilling twist for those who are tired of seeing 15 kinds of saccharine-sweet pancakes. READ REVIEW

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    Hash House a Go Go

    1212 North State Pkwy.

    Gold Coast

    Cuisine: New American

    $$

    Bigger may not always be better, but at Hash House a Go Go supersized portions are king. READ REVIEW

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    Sunda

    110 W. Illinois St.

    River North

    Cuisine: Asian, Japanese, Sushi

    $$$

    This River North restaurant celebrates a variety of Asian cuisines in new and inventive ways with an award-winning menu from Chef Jesse DeGuzman. READ REVIEW


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