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Paradise Cantina Opens; Longman & Eagle Starts Breakfast; Paul Frank Pancakes at Primehouse

GOLD COAST—What's better in the middle of winter than good cheap Mexican food and margaritas? Still thinking? Stop. Paradise Cantina opened today near State and Division and with most menu items under $10 and a huge speciality margarita list, it's a lot cheaper than planning a trip south of the border. Just don't wear your flip flops. It's still winter, brah. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—This week, Longman & Eagle introduced their new breakfast menu and early-morning hours (7 a.m. start time, people). So if you're craving Dark Matter coffee, praline brioche, peeky-toe crab benedict or a PBR breakfast (yes, everyone drinks PBR at breakfast), you now have a place. And if you want to go later? There's a new winter cocktail menu, too. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—Like monkeys and pancakes? Then hit David Burke's Primehouse this Sunday Dec. 19 between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. to indulge in Paul Frank pancakes. Each diner gets a $10 coupon to the Paul Frank store. And if you're there between 9 and 10, you'll get to hang with Julius the monkey. We couldn't think of a better way to nurse your hangover. [EaterWire]

Paradise Cantina [Photo: Grub Street]

David Burke's Primehouse

616 N Rush Street, Chicago, IL 60611 312 660 6000 Visit Website

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