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Jam has reopened in a new Logan Square location

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Jam’s hot chicken & waffle.
Barry Brecheisen

One of Chicago’s best brunch spots is back. After about a month of renovations, Jam reopened Saturday at 2853 N. Kedzie Avenue, about a half mile north from its previous location on Logan Boulevard. Jam’s taken over former Yusho space.

Regular patrons will likely find the new space familiar. The restaurant team incorporated the old location’s white sconces, concrete tables and clear plastic chairs. But unlike the old location, the new digs have an industrial vibe with exposed brick and high ceilings.

Food-wise, expect all of the old favorites that earned Jam five consecutive Michelin Bib Gourmand nods like the malted-custard French toast and burrito suizo, plus several new additions, including pumpkin pancakes with pistachio anglaise and pepita streusel and beet salad with cold-poached beets, cured-Tuscan kale, chia seed cracker, and dill chèvre.

And because the new space is larger, the chances of getting into the popular restaurant are greater. Not only are there nearly 40 more seats, but there’s also a waiting area, so instead of being forced to wait elsewhere or jamming (no pun intended) into the vestibule, patrons can pass the time with a cup of coffee and a fresh pastry.

This is the third home for Jam, named one of Eater Chicago’s Essential brunch restaurants. The restaurant debuted in Wicker Park before moving to 3057 W. Logan Boulevard.

Take a tour of the space and read the menu below. Jam is once more open for all of Logan Square’s brunch needs.

Jam, 2853 N. Kedzie Avenue, (773) 292-6011, open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday through Tuesday; closed on Wednesday.

JAM menu by Ashok Selvam on Scribd

Jam has taken over the former Yusho space.
The kitchen counter area is reminiscent of the old location.
Down the corridor.
This Jam has more of an industrial feel.
The trees are lit even when it’s not the holidays.
A narrow dining room with exposed brick walls and grey tables and chairs.
The room has space for 40.
The clear chairs and white sconces are holdovers from the old location.
The tables are concrete.
Gluten-free toast (kohlrabi brandade, blood orange, almond, date, sesame, poached egg)
Eggs Benedict (English muffin, pork belly, poached eggs, red chili hollandaise)
Seasonal churros

Jam

2853 North Kedzie Avenue, , IL 60618 (773) 292-6011 Visit Website

Jam

3057 W Logan Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60647 773 292 6011

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