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Chicago's Best Brunches

Article from Chicago Magazine

"Two Chicago staffers and unabashed brunch lovers—Carly Boers and Carrie Schedler—have been hitting the town in search of the latest and greatest in weekend-morning dining. On Fridays, we present their findings, scoring every place on what’s really important: the vibe, the service, the eats, and, of course, the beverages. Order another round of mimosas: We’ve got your lazy Sunday planning covered.

Ceres' Table

Lake View

3124 North Broadway; 773-922-4020; Website

Your brunch favorites upon returning from a semester abroad in Italy.


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The 8 Best Coffee Cities

Article By: Dan Gentile6. Chicago, IL"Chi-town's most famous bean is one where you can see your reflection, but number two comes courtesy of Intelligentsia. Since its founding in 1995, Intelligentsia has gone bicoastal with a total of 10 shops, but the roaster's biggest contributions to the coffee world were setting and holding the standard for [...]
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Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Chicago

Article By: Amy CavanaughDespite our reputation as a meat-loving city, Chicago has an abundance of great vegetarian restaurants. If you're looking for incredible vegan milkshakes, head to the Chicago Diner. Want a great vegetarian brunch? Green Zebra is your spot. A tiny restaurant that serves small plates of hot and cold vegetable dishes? That's Mana [...]
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mfk. featured in Best Spanish Restaurants in Chicago

Article By: Jason LittleFor tapas, paella, gintonics and pintxos, these are Chicago's best Spanish restaurants.Chicago may not have an abundance of Spanish restaurants, but the ones we do have are very, very good. If you're in the mood for classic tapas like gambas al ajillo or patatas bravas, head to Cafe Marbella. Vera offers a [...]
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Chilam Balam Featured in Time Out Chicago's Best Mexican Restaurants

Article By: Amy CavanaughWhether you want high-end Mexican food from Rick Bayless or spicy tacos in Pilsen, here are the best Mexican restaurants in ChicagoChicago has a thriving Mexican food scene that ranges from high-end dishes at Rick Bayless' Mexican restaurants to single al pastor tacos in Pilsen to tamales peddled in coolers at bars. [...]
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New York Delicatessen Serves up Party Subs

Article By: Chicago Food MagazineIn celebration of the 2015 Air & Water Show, New York Delicatessen will feature "The Bomber" for the entire month of August. The new sandwich includes turkey, ham, roast beef, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, American cheese, mayonnaise and deli mustard, and is available for $6 (half) or $10 (full).Perfect for picnics, [...]
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Ground Breaking at 3200 N Clark, New Target Express and Apartments

Article By: Ariel Cheung"LAKEVIEW — Can one building draw business, discourage crime and designate Belmont and Clark as an "iconic" Chicago intersection?It's a tall order, but after breaking ground on the mixed-use development on Wednesday, officials think it will stand up to the challenge."The 24/7 development will add so much vitality and safety into this [...]
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Meatball Hero & Pasta Does Meatballs Like No One Else

Article By: Ariel Cheung"LAKEVIEW — "Got balls?" the sign outside asks cheekily. "We do!"Indeed, they do — meatballs made from scratch, perfected with just the right mixture of cheese, breadcrumbs and meaty goodness and then stuffed inside freshly baked baguettes with giardiniera.Meatball Hero and Pasta, which opened at 3037 N. Clark St. last month, replaces [...]
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Things to Do in Lakeview East

Article By: Morgan Olsen (Red Eye)Buns on the Run (Free Event!)Wow Bao2806 N Clark St. 773.433.5333Manager Julie Collier leads a weekly run along the lakefront as she trains for her second Chicago Marathon. Participants are treated to a complimentary ginger ale and 20 percent discount on all food items after the run. 6:30 p.m.Happy Hour [...]
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Clark Street Dog and City Harvest Featured on Girls on Food

Article By: JULIANNE GABERT        Clark Street DogAlthough I’m a ragging foodie, I had never heard of a pizza puff until 2 years ago. My boyfriend is from a suburb outside of Chicago and has made a few jokes about the pizza puff. Whenever I bring up pizza puffs to Chicago natives, they let out [...]
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