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Posted on January 20, 2017

Saturdays may be for the boys, but Sundays are for Brunch. I mean what's better than Mimosa's and reliving Saturday night's regrets for your friend's amusement? With that said, here are some recommendations to help you find the best brunch Chicago has to offer. Happy eating!

Beatrix - River North & Streeterville

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Beatrix has two locations: River North and Streeterville. Both of which are equally phenomenal. Their menu offers a wide variety of fresh squeezed juices as well as delicious breakfast cocktails. My personal favorite is the pear & passion fruit juice, it's refreshing and rejuvenating.

Along with tasty juices, their menu offers plenty of breakfast and lunch options. The hardest choice I have to make at Beatrix is whether I should get breakfast or lunch.

Most days my go-to is the Quinoa Cakes with Poached Eggs which come in a tomato basil sauce that is delectable. If you prefer more of a sweet breakfast, the Light & Fluffy Lemon Pancakes are for you!


Wishbone - West Loop

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Wishbone is my go-to brunch spot if I’m looking for some authentic southern home cooking. Wishbone is the definition of comfort food and it is delicious. Their Smoked Beef Brisket Hash, Shrimp and Grits, and Corn Cakes are 3 of my favorite menu items; however, you really can’t go wrong with any option.


Toast - Bucktown & Lincoln Park

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Toast serves up a delicious brunch in Bucktown and Lincoln Park. They have all the basic brunch options as well as some tasty original creations you’ll need to try. Their scrambles are fantastic, along with fluffy pancakes and crepes on the sweeter side. Onto the lunch options you can’t go wrong with one of their juicy burgers or hearty salads.


m.henry - Andersonville

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m.henry is an adorable cafe located in Andersonville. Their brunch menu is made up of half sweet options, half savory options and all of them are equally delectable. The Bacon Wrapped Baked Eggs with Polenta & Mixed Field Greens is my favorite savory options and I can proudly say I never regret ordering it. However, on the days my sweet tooth takes over the Heavenly Four Berry Hotcakes are my guilty pleasure.


Ann Sather - Rogers Park & Lakeview

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Ann Sather, a classic breakfast joint located in Rogers Park and Lakeview, is always a great option. When you order any meal it comes with two sides of your choice. Ann Sather is known for their cinnamon rolls which happen to be an option when choosing a side. You can get not one, but two huge cinnamon rolls along with another side and your entree! And let me tell you, these cinnamon rolls are AMAZING.

That tops off my list of the Top 5 Brunch Spots in Chicago. Be sure to check them out so you can experience the numerous delicious options these places have to offer, and let us know if we missed any of your favorites!

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