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Electric Garden in the West Loop is now open and serving brunch.
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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now

Enjoy a Bloody Mary or benedict at these 20 spots

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Electric Garden in the West Loop is now open and serving brunch.
| Barry Brecheisen/Eater Chicago

Brunch — not quite breakfast, not yet lunch — is one of the best parts of the weekend. The Eater Chicago Brunch Heatmap is here to help by highlighting the newest options for a delicious midday meal. The latest additions to the list include the West Loop playground Electric Garden, Publican Quality Bread’s new cafe, and the recently reopened NoMI and Marisol. They join a growing number of kitchens that are dedicated to offering exciting brunch menus. So start the day off right with eggs (and much more) at these 20 destinations.

For a list of classic city favorites, check out the Iconic Brunch Map.

For updated information on coronavirus cases, please visit the city of Chicago’s COVID-19 dashboard. Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may still pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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1. Pomeroy

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844 Spruce St
Winnetka, IL 60093
(847) 999-3090
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Get away to Paris without leaving the Midwest by heading to this French-inspired bistro on the North Shore. Ballyhoo Hospitality’s latest suburban eatery delivers approachable classics, such as sweet and savory crepes, croque monsieur, quiche Lorraine, and salade nicoise. Guests can further enhance their brunch with a fresh seafood platter or a bottle of bubbly. There’s also a 32-seat front patio for al fresco dining. Online ordering is available here.

A seafood tower.
Pomeroy in Winnetka is ideal for Francophiles.
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2. TriBecca’s Sandwich Shop

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2949 W Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 878-2717
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From impeccable Cuban sandwiches to Midwestern classics like the horseshoe and Maid-Rite, there’s a lot to love about this Avondale shop. Honey Butter Fried Chicken alum Becca Grothe runs the operation and on weekends, she whips up brunch sandwiches named after the Golden Girls. The Blanche stars candied bacon, egg, white cheddar, pickled jalapenos, and mayo, but Rose fans can opt for a creation made with bacon, egg, Swiss cheese, tater tots, and lemon maple butter. Grothe’s husband, Cam Waron, complements the menu with his potato-based Tuber’s Donuts. Online ordering is available here.

3. Mother's Ruin

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2943 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

Laid-back New York cocktail bar Mother’s Ruin finally made its Chicago debut in March after a long pandemic delay. Folks can now drop in for rotating craft cocktails and spiked slushies, as well as brunch that’s available every day of the week. The daytime menu presents delectable items such as smashed avocado toast, a breakfast burrito, a killer fried chicken sandwich, and an elevated take on the Filet-O-Fish.

4. The Albion Manor

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1480 W Webster Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 697-4686
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English pubs have been on the rise in Lincoln Park and the latest opening comes from the owners of A.J. Hudson’s Public House and the Dandy Crown. This two-story watering hole, which has a cocktail bar on the second floor, attracts both soccer supporters and those seeking British fare. Get there early on weekends to catch some Premier League action while enjoying chicken and waffles, biscuits and gravy, cod frittata, charred chicken wings, and cold pints. Order online here.

5. Armitage Alehouse

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1000 W Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 270-6402
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The latest hotspot from Hogsalt Hospitality transports Chicagoans to 1920s London. Paying homage to the Anglo-Indian pubs found across the pond, Armitage Alehouse’s striking space is a sight to behold. The cozy and intimate interior sports dim lamps, hanging chandeliers, a wood-burning fireplace, hand-carved woodwork, framed paintings on the walls, and antique furniture. For brunch, the menu features hearty bites like a full English breakfast; a prime rib sandwich; and a blood sausage, apple, and pork cheek pie. Helping wash it all down is a collection of martinis, old fashioneds, gin- and agave-based cocktails, and Old World-style beers.

6. Adalina

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912 N State St
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 820-9000
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One of the hottest Italian spots in the city has brought its glitz and glamour experience to brunch. The elegant dining room is decked out with crystal chandeliers and plush velvet seating, and executive chef Soo Ahn’s menu offers the opportunity to indulge in luxuries like filet mignon and eggs with caviar, seared salmon with truffles, and pristine shellfish towers. Pastry chef Nicole Guini also makes irresistible sweets, such as a mixed berry cobbler, that are not to be missed.

7. Segnatore

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1001 N California Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 697-9687
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Italian cuisine meets Midwestern ingredients at West Town’s Segnatore. Chef Matt Troost puts contemporary twists on the classics, and the menu showcases house-made pastas, cured meats, and more. On the brunch front, diners can enjoy leek strata, smoked tri-tip hash, and deluxe hash browns with foie gras, truffle crème fraiche, chives, and smoked trout roe. Pastry chef Hillary Grossman crafts delights like chocolate sourdough cake and chickpea crepes. Online ordering is available here.

8. Marisol

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205 E Pearson St
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 799-3599
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The stylish New American restaurant inside the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago has returned after a two-year pandemic hiatus. Jason Hammel of Lula Cafe is the creative spirit behind the food at Marisol and his dishes are centered around hyper-seasonal ingredients. The brunch menu features items like beignets, sunflower hummus, burrata, tofu scramble, salmon tartine, and more.

9. NoMI

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800 Michigan Avenue Seventh Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 239-4030
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NoMI, the upscale restaurant located at the Park Hyatt Chicago, has reopened after a five-month hiatus. Executive chef Terence Zubieta specializes in modern American cuisine rooted in French techniques and locally-sourced ingredients. During weekend brunch, guests will soak in the views from above the Mag Mile while nibbling on classics like avocado toast, eggs benedict, and buttermilk pancakes. For more a decadent brunch, try the lobster roll or seafood tower.

10. Storyville

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712 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 741-9786
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Take a trip down south at this River North restaurant and speakeasy-style lounge. Named after New Orleans’s infamous red light district of the late 1800s and early 1900s, Storyville is a romanticized recreation of the city’s rich past. The dimly-lit space is decorated with Empire chandeliers, big red leather booths, and digital photos of the Big Easy, while the menu boasts comforting plates like blackened shrimp and grits, breakfast jambalaya, beignets, and a seafood etouffee omelet. Live jazz performances round out the experience.

11. Jaleo

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500 N Clark St #465
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 820-7771
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The fifth location of celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés’s flagship tapas restaurant opened last summer in River North. Perfect for group dining, Jaleo evokes the spirit and flavors of Spain through shareable small plates. Brunch dishes were recently introduced to the menu, giving guests weekend options like flauta with tomatoes, Spanish potatoes, and onions; baked eggs with sobrasada Ibérica and veggies; olive oil pancakes with blueberry compote and honey; and carne asada with fried egg. Online ordering is available here.

12. Sunda

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110 W Illinois St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 644-0500
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The popular pan-Asian spot Sunda has relaunched brunch service, so stop by to get reacquainted. The fun and enticing menu features dishes such as karaage and ube waffles, avocado crispy rice, tempura French toast, and tocino grilled cheese. For an impressive-looking drink, try the “Sumo Mary”: a 32-ounce jar of Bloody Mary topped with tocino grilled cheese, loganisa, pork belly bao bun, baked snow crab hand roll, karaage, lumpia, potatoes, and cucumber. Online ordering is available here.

A Bloody Mary and brunch dishes on a table.
Sunda’s Bloody Mary is a meal in itself.
Sunda [Official Photo]

13. Publican Quality Bread

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1759 W Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 605-1618
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One Off Hospitality’s award-winning bakery Publican Quality Bread has just added a cafe to its operation. Customers can now visit for pastries, sandwiches, salads, La Colombe coffee, and (of course) bread daily between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. Baker Greg Wade reserves his most decadent creations, such as lemon meringue croissants and pistachio and amarena cherry maritozzi, for the weekend crowd.

14. Kitchen + Kocktails

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444 N Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 659-1951
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Upscale Southern cuisine is the specialty of Kitchen + Kocktails. Restaurateur Kevin Kelley opened the original Dallas location in 2020; the new Chicago outpost is one of the rare Black-owned restaurants downtown. The chic and energetic space hosts brunch on the weekends where diners will find refined versions of classic comfort foods, including a lamb chop breakfast, shrimp and grits, lobster and waffles, oxtails, steak and eggs, and biscuits and gravy. Be aware that the restaurant enforces a dress code. Online ordering is available here.

A plate of fried chicken and sides.
Feast on fried chicken and mac and cheese for brunch.
Kitchen + Kocktails [Official Photo]

15. Bar Goa

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116 W Hubbard St Suite 1
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 900-0197
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The owners of modern Indian restaurant Rooh went in a tropical direction for their follow-up. Inspired by Goa, a state on the southwestern coast of India, this River North gastropub provides beachy vibes, nightlife festivities, and dishes that combine Portuguese and Indian influences. Rooh chef Sahil Sethi also leads the kitchen here, and his talent is on display with midday options like a shrimp “pao’boy,” roasted Goan chicken, a chorizo egg sandwich, and Nutella buttermilk pancakes. Order online here.

16. Sueños

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113-125 N Green St
Chicago, IL 60607

Soho House Chicago has unveiled the first restaurant in its new culinary incubator project. Leña Brava vet Stephen Sandoval and his Baja Med menu are taking up residence inside the hotel and club over the next several months. The experience is more casual than the ambitious pop-up dinner series that Sandoval started last year, but it still focuses on fresh seafood and the fusion flavors of the Baja region. On Sundays, brunch choices include chingon oysters, snapper ceviche, kanpachi aguachile, tuna tostada, poblano portabella omelet, chilaquiles rojo, and more. Live local DJs provide backup beats.

17. The Exchange

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224 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 265-0591
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Housed inside the historic Railway Exchange Building, this spot from DMK Restaurants offers a fun and unique weekend brunch. Guests are seated in the building’s 8,000-square-foot atrium lobby and treated to bottomless dishes brought to the table. The food lineup includes buckwheat pancakes, sourdough French toast, steak and eggs, grits with mushroom ragu, cheesy egg scramble, Greek yogurt parfait, and more. A live band also serenades the space with jazz. The cost is $50 per person; bottomless mimosas are an additional $20.

18. Electric Garden

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324 S Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 374-1045
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Bring man’s best friend to this new dog-friendly beer garden in the West Loop for both treats and brunch. Bright and colorful, Electric Garden is a playground where Chicagoans can have a good time on Sundays with burgers, truffle cornbread, blueberry pancakes, and bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for $30. Place online orders here.

19. Dusek's Tavern

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1227 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 526-3851
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Sunday brunch is back at Pilsen gastropub Dusek’s. Chef Ben Truesdell’s new menu has selections like biscuits and gravy with Calabrian chile sausage; a brunch burger with Dusek’s special sauce; corned beef hash; mushroom scramble; French toast with whipped ricotta; and fresh oysters. Pastries, courtesy of chef Ashley Robinson (Familiar Bakery), include lime coconut muffins and scallion knots with everything spice.

A bowl of steak and eggs.
Seasonal Midwestern plates drive the menu at Dusek’s.
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20. Roux

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1055 E 55th St
Chicago, IL 60615
(773) 770-4785
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A new diner and cafe near the University of Chicago is helping students and locals refuel. Owner Steve Soble consulted with chef Charlie McKenna of Lillie’s Q to create a menu that explores the world of Southern cuisine. No matter the day or hour, expect to see down-home staples like country ham, chicken fried steak, fried catfish, shrimp and grits, and pillowy beignets. Online ordering is available here.

A person getting ready to cut into fried green tomato tartine.
Savor Southern cooking at this Hyde Park diner.
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1. Pomeroy

844 Spruce St, Winnetka, IL 60093
A seafood tower.
Pomeroy in Winnetka is ideal for Francophiles.
Pomeroy [Official Photo]

Get away to Paris without leaving the Midwest by heading to this French-inspired bistro on the North Shore. Ballyhoo Hospitality’s latest suburban eatery delivers approachable classics, such as sweet and savory crepes, croque monsieur, quiche Lorraine, and salade nicoise. Guests can further enhance their brunch with a fresh seafood platter or a bottle of bubbly. There’s also a 32-seat front patio for al fresco dining. Online ordering is available here.

844 Spruce St
Winnetka, IL 60093

2. TriBecca’s Sandwich Shop

2949 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

From impeccable Cuban sandwiches to Midwestern classics like the horseshoe and Maid-Rite, there’s a lot to love about this Avondale shop. Honey Butter Fried Chicken alum Becca Grothe runs the operation and on weekends, she whips up brunch sandwiches named after the Golden Girls. The Blanche stars candied bacon, egg, white cheddar, pickled jalapenos, and mayo, but Rose fans can opt for a creation made with bacon, egg, Swiss cheese, tater tots, and lemon maple butter. Grothe’s husband, Cam Waron, complements the menu with his potato-based Tuber’s Donuts. Online ordering is available here.

2949 W Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

3. Mother's Ruin

2943 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

Laid-back New York cocktail bar Mother’s Ruin finally made its Chicago debut in March after a long pandemic delay. Folks can now drop in for rotating craft cocktails and spiked slushies, as well as brunch that’s available every day of the week. The daytime menu presents delectable items such as smashed avocado toast, a breakfast burrito, a killer fried chicken sandwich, and an elevated take on the Filet-O-Fish.

2943 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

4. The Albion Manor

1480 W Webster Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

English pubs have been on the rise in Lincoln Park and the latest opening comes from the owners of A.J. Hudson’s Public House and the Dandy Crown. This two-story watering hole, which has a cocktail bar on the second floor, attracts both soccer supporters and those seeking British fare. Get there early on weekends to catch some Premier League action while enjoying chicken and waffles, biscuits and gravy, cod frittata, charred chicken wings, and cold pints. Order online here.

1480 W Webster Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

5. Armitage Alehouse

1000 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

The latest hotspot from Hogsalt Hospitality transports Chicagoans to 1920s London. Paying homage to the Anglo-Indian pubs found across the pond, Armitage Alehouse’s striking space is a sight to behold. The cozy and intimate interior sports dim lamps, hanging chandeliers, a wood-burning fireplace, hand-carved woodwork, framed paintings on the walls, and antique furniture. For brunch, the menu features hearty bites like a full English breakfast; a prime rib sandwich; and a blood sausage, apple, and pork cheek pie. Helping wash it all down is a collection of martinis, old fashioneds, gin- and agave-based cocktails, and Old World-style beers.

1000 W Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

6. Adalina

912 N State St, Chicago, IL 60610

One of the hottest Italian spots in the city has brought its glitz and glamour experience to brunch. The elegant dining room is decked out with crystal chandeliers and plush velvet seating, and executive chef Soo Ahn’s menu offers the opportunity to indulge in luxuries like filet mignon and eggs with caviar, seared salmon with truffles, and pristine shellfish towers. Pastry chef Nicole Guini also makes irresistible sweets, such as a mixed berry cobbler, that are not to be missed.

912 N State St
Chicago, IL 60610

7. Segnatore

1001 N California Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

Italian cuisine meets Midwestern ingredients at West Town’s Segnatore. Chef Matt Troost puts contemporary twists on the classics, and the menu showcases house-made pastas, cured meats, and more. On the brunch front, diners can enjoy leek strata, smoked tri-tip hash, and deluxe hash browns with foie gras, truffle crème fraiche, chives, and smoked trout roe. Pastry chef Hillary Grossman crafts delights like chocolate sourdough cake and chickpea crepes. Online ordering is available here.

1001 N California Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

8. Marisol

205 E Pearson St, Chicago, IL 60611

The stylish New American restaurant inside the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago has returned after a two-year pandemic hiatus. Jason Hammel of Lula Cafe is the creative spirit behind the food at Marisol and his dishes are centered around hyper-seasonal ingredients. The brunch menu features items like beignets, sunflower hummus, burrata, tofu scramble, salmon tartine, and more.

205 E Pearson St
Chicago, IL 60611

9. NoMI

800 Michigan Avenue Seventh Floor, Chicago, IL 60611

NoMI, the upscale restaurant located at the Park Hyatt Chicago, has reopened after a five-month hiatus. Executive chef Terence Zubieta specializes in modern American cuisine rooted in French techniques and locally-sourced ingredients. During weekend brunch, guests will soak in the views from above the Mag Mile while nibbling on classics like avocado toast, eggs benedict, and buttermilk pancakes. For more a decadent brunch, try the lobster roll or seafood tower.

800 Michigan Avenue Seventh Floor
Chicago, IL 60611

10. Storyville

712 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654

Take a trip down south at this River North restaurant and speakeasy-style lounge. Named after New Orleans’s infamous red light district of the late 1800s and early 1900s, Storyville is a romanticized recreation of the city’s rich past. The dimly-lit space is decorated with Empire chandeliers, big red leather booths, and digital photos of the Big Easy, while the menu boasts comforting plates like blackened shrimp and grits, breakfast jambalaya, beignets, and a seafood etouffee omelet. Live jazz performances round out the experience.

712 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

11. Jaleo

500 N Clark St #465, Chicago, IL 60654

The fifth location of celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés’s flagship tapas restaurant opened last summer in River North. Perfect for group dining, Jaleo evokes the spirit and flavors of Spain through shareable small plates. Brunch dishes were recently introduced to the menu, giving guests weekend options like flauta with tomatoes, Spanish potatoes, and onions; baked eggs with sobrasada Ibérica and veggies; olive oil pancakes with blueberry compote and honey; and carne asada with fried egg. Online ordering is available here.

500 N Clark St #465
Chicago, IL 60654

12. Sunda

110 W Illinois St, Chicago, IL 60654
A Bloody Mary and brunch dishes on a table.
Sunda’s Bloody Mary is a meal in itself.
Sunda [Official Photo]

The popular pan-Asian spot Sunda has relaunched brunch service, so stop by to get reacquainted. The fun and enticing menu features dishes such as karaage and ube waffles, avocado crispy rice, tempura French toast, and tocino grilled cheese. For an impressive-looking drink, try the “Sumo Mary”: a 32-ounce jar of Bloody Mary topped with tocino grilled cheese, loganisa, pork belly bao bun, baked snow crab hand roll, karaage, lumpia, potatoes, and cucumber. Online ordering is available here.

110 W Illinois St
Chicago, IL 60654

13. Publican Quality Bread

1759 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

One Off Hospitality’s award-winning bakery Publican Quality Bread has just added a cafe to its operation. Customers can now visit for pastries, sandwiches, salads, La Colombe coffee, and (of course) bread daily between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. Baker Greg Wade reserves his most decadent creations, such as lemon meringue croissants and pistachio and amarena cherry maritozzi, for the weekend crowd.

1759 W Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

14. Kitchen + Kocktails

444 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
A plate of fried chicken and sides.
Feast on fried chicken and mac and cheese for brunch.
Kitchen + Kocktails [Official Photo]

Upscale Southern cuisine is the specialty of Kitchen + Kocktails. Restaurateur Kevin Kelley opened the original Dallas location in 2020; the new Chicago outpost is one of the rare Black-owned restaurants downtown. The chic and energetic space hosts brunch on the weekends where diners will find refined versions of classic comfort foods, including a lamb chop breakfast, shrimp and grits, lobster and waffles, oxtails, steak and eggs, and biscuits and gravy. Be aware that the restaurant enforces a dress code. Online ordering is available here.

444 N Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60611

15. Bar Goa

116 W Hubbard St Suite 1, Chicago, IL 60654

The owners of modern Indian restaurant Rooh went in a tropical direction for their follow-up. Inspired by Goa, a state on the southwestern coast of India, this River North gastropub provides beachy vibes, nightlife festivities, and dishes that combine Portuguese and Indian influences. Rooh chef Sahil Sethi also leads the kitchen here, and his talent is on display with midday options like a shrimp “pao’boy,” roasted Goan chicken, a chorizo egg sandwich, and Nutella buttermilk pancakes. Order online here.

116 W Hubbard St Suite 1
Chicago, IL 60654

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16. Sueños

113-125 N Green St, Chicago, IL 60607

Soho House Chicago has unveiled the first restaurant in its new culinary incubator project. Leña Brava vet Stephen Sandoval and his Baja Med menu are taking up residence inside the hotel and club over the next several months. The experience is more casual than the ambitious pop-up dinner series that Sandoval started last year, but it still focuses on fresh seafood and the fusion flavors of the Baja region. On Sundays, brunch choices include chingon oysters, snapper ceviche, kanpachi aguachile, tuna tostada, poblano portabella omelet, chilaquiles rojo, and more. Live local DJs provide backup beats.

113-125 N Green St
Chicago, IL 60607

17. The Exchange

224 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60604

Housed inside the historic Railway Exchange Building, this spot from DMK Restaurants offers a fun and unique weekend brunch. Guests are seated in the building’s 8,000-square-foot atrium lobby and treated to bottomless dishes brought to the table. The food lineup includes buckwheat pancakes, sourdough French toast, steak and eggs, grits with mushroom ragu, cheesy egg scramble, Greek yogurt parfait, and more. A live band also serenades the space with jazz. The cost is $50 per person; bottomless mimosas are an additional $20.

224 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60604

18. Electric Garden

324 S Racine Ave, Chicago, IL 60607

Bring man’s best friend to this new dog-friendly beer garden in the West Loop for both treats and brunch. Bright and colorful, Electric Garden is a playground where Chicagoans can have a good time on Sundays with burgers, truffle cornbread, blueberry pancakes, and bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for $30. Place online orders here.

324 S Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60607

19. Dusek's Tavern

1227 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608
A bowl of steak and eggs.
Seasonal Midwestern plates drive the menu at Dusek’s.
Dusek’s [Official Photo]

Sunday brunch is back at Pilsen gastropub Dusek’s. Chef Ben Truesdell’s new menu has selections like biscuits and gravy with Calabrian chile sausage; a brunch burger with Dusek’s special sauce; corned beef hash; mushroom scramble; French toast with whipped ricotta; and fresh oysters. Pastries, courtesy of chef Ashley Robinson (Familiar Bakery), include lime coconut muffins and scallion knots with everything spice.

1227 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608

20. Roux

1055 E 55th St, Chicago, IL 60615
A person getting ready to cut into fried green tomato tartine.
Savor Southern cooking at this Hyde Park diner.
Neil John Burger/Roux

A new diner and cafe near the University of Chicago is helping students and locals refuel. Owner Steve Soble consulted with chef Charlie McKenna of Lillie’s Q to create a menu that explores the world of Southern cuisine. No matter the day or hour, expect to see down-home staples like country ham, chicken fried steak, fried catfish, shrimp and grits, and pillowy beignets. Online ordering is available here.

1055 E 55th St
Chicago, IL 60615

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