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Treat Yourself: Five New Brunch and Lunch Options Around Chicagoland

Ten Mile House, Kokopelli, and two more are now serving brunch. TETE Charcuterie begins lunch service.

Ten Mile House
Ten Mile House
Nick Fochtman

1) EVANSTONLocated in the Central Station building, Ten Mile House begins serving Sunday brunch this coming weekend and the menu is bigger than most brunch offerings. Featuring numerous sandwiches, frittatas, pizzas, salads and other assorted plates, the restaurant is also offering up a large selection of alcohol. Gaze upon the menu in full below and begin formulating a plan of attack. [EaterWire]

2) WEST LOOPYesterday, TETE Charcuterie launched a grab-and-go lunch service that focuses on sandwiches. For $12 guests get a sandwich, salt and pepper chips and a can of La Croix. Available sandwiches include the jambon buerre, Italian sausage, jalapeno cheddar brat, as well as a weekly terrine and salumi option. [EaterWire]

3) NORTHBROOKThe northern suburbs have a new brunch spot now that House 406 debuted theirs this past weekend. The menu features items like quinoa salad, chilaquiles and a fried oyster po' boy. You can view the full brunch menu here. Also, owner Jennifer Eisen will be on WGN news tomorrow at 12:45 p.m. to demo the menu's Cocoa Krispies French toast. [EaterWire]

4) WICKER PARKNouveau taco spot Kokopelli began serving brunch this past weekend as well, offering various guacamoles, skillets, tacos, tortas and egg dishes, not to mention a number of drink options (view the entire menu here). Brunch service runs from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. [EaterWire]

5) WINNETKASunday brunch has come to Taste On Chestnut with a menu from chef/owner Steve Leviton. The restaurant is already taking reservations for Easter brunch and Mother's Day to boot. [Eaterwire]

Kokopelli

1324 N Milwaukee, Chicago, IL

Tête Charcuterie

1114 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607 312 733 1178 Visit Website

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