All posts tagged "brunch"

  • Brennan’s

    It’s brunch every day of the week at this New Orleans institution. After having gone through some lean years (and a $20 million dollar renovation)...

  • Snaggletooth Ups Chicago’s Cured Fish Scene

    If your morning ritual involves bagels, cream cheese and some smoked salmon, prepare for a jolt. That’s because a new Lakeview store is not only curing...

  • Fat Rice Offers Macanese/Hong Kong-Style Brunch

    Thinking about brunch plans for Sunday? Forget about the standard pancakes and waffles, and instead, consider something with an Asian twist, like from Macau or...

  • The Bachelor Farmer

    Brunch! Come for brunch, without question, but there’s no shame in coming for dinner either. The menu tends to lean toward the owners’ Nordic roots...

  • Hell’s Kitchen

    They call themselves the “New American Breakfast” and I say go, especially if you’re staying downtown. There’s usually live music during weekend brunch in the...

  • Marigold Kitchen

    Just off the Capitol Square, Marigold is an excellent choice for breakfast, lunch or brunch. The egg dishes are hearty and the produce is as...

  • The Wolseley

    Power breakfast. Power lunch. Impress your out-of-town friends with a bold call for brunch. You will, admittedly, be dining with a fair amount of tourists,...

  • Sweet Corn Tamal at Dove’s Luncheonette

    You can eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and while the recipe will change slightly (with or without collards in the middle, delicata or...

  • MingHin Cuisine

    There are only a handful of places I like for dim sum in Chicago’s Chinatown. Phoenix is the stalwart – and much-needed renovation in 2014...

  • Bang Bang Pie & Biscuits

    What’s not to like about biscuits, jams, pie and candied bacon? These are no ordinary biscuits of course, and the fact that goose lard is...

  • Commander’s Palace

    The Grande Dame of New Orleans dining. The city’s best chefs have passed through this kitchen, from Emeril to the current chef, Tory McPhail, who...