Wildberry Pancakes & Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

1. Wildberry Pancakes & Cafe

130 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · The Loop · 408 tips and reviews

Leonor D.Leonor Del Castillo: Must have the pancakes! Definitely a great addition to my eggs Benedict which were also amazing!!

Mohsen K.Mohsen Kofair: Pancakes are nice, hashbrowns were crispy and delicious.. great breakfast spot! 👌🏼

Shadin A.Shadin Alissa: Must try the signature bliss pancakes and mozzarella cheese omelet 👌🏼

Little Goat Diner is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

2. Little Goat Diner

820 W Randolph St (at Green St), Chicago, IL
Diner · Fulton Market · 427 tips and reviews

EaterEater: Features a wide selection of options available all day that will satisfy all. These reimagined diner classics include breakfast spaghetti ‘n clams 'n crab, pork belly pancake sandwich, and goat chili.

ClaireClaire: Best place ever, bacon syrup French toast is one to skip! Non dairy chocolate milk shakes are to die for:)

Carolyn S.Carolyn S: Get the Pork Belly Pancake it's insanely delicious. Also try the Fried Pickles & Onion Rings for an appetizer

Yolk is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

3. Yolk

1120 S Michigan Ave (at E 11th St), Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · South Loop · 237 tips and reviews

Katt S.Katt S.: The strawberry OJ is amazing and the Red Velvet French Toast is to die for! Sit at the bar & the wait is shorter.

Robert M.Robert Metz: Such a good way to start the day. Get the carnita egg sandwich!

Eman a.Eman alnuaim: Try the Greek omelette,it's the best omelette I got of my life.i like the red velvet french toast as well.

Tweet is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

4. Tweet

5020 N Sheridan Rd (btwn W Argyle St & W Carmen Ave), Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · Uptown · 129 tips and reviews

Alyssa S.Alyssa Sorresso: One of my top brunch places in the city. Worth the wait- they have great little brunch appetizers to tied you over- corn arepas are my fav.

Nikki K.Nikki Kidd: The Gramosa Diva was a wonderful, less sweet version of the traditional mimosa - perfect for a brunch pairing after a late night! Read more.

MonicaMonica: Veggie Country Benedict (perfectly seasoned! And I'm a meat lover!), pumpkin pancakes (for dessert, split between 3 people... Seasonal treat available til February!) And free refills of Intelligentsia

M. Henry is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

5. M. Henry

5707 N Clark St (at W Hollywood Ave), Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · Edgewater · 131 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: Thick, dense blueberry pancakes (choose maple or pomegranate syrup) and a heaping breakfast sandwich of fried egg, Gorgonzola, applewood-smoked bacon and fresh thyme make for a delicious breakfast. Read more.

EaterEater: Satiate the sweet tooth with cinnamon roll French toast; go vegan with an organic tofu scramble with veggies; or try "Fannie’s Killer Fried Egg Sandwich" loaded with eggs and bacon. Read more.

Nicole C.Nicole Crisonino: Candied bacon is a must.

Lula Café is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

6. Lula Café

2537 N Kedzie Blvd (btwn Linden & Logan Sq.), Chicago, IL
Café · Logan Square · 238 tips and reviews

Mabel G.Mabel Guzman: Local growers supported and brunch is the best. Always look forward to the Tex Mex offerings

Mandy W.Mandy Warhol: One of my favorite brunch spots in Chicago. Menu varies by whatever local food is in season. It can get crowded & tends to be a slight wait but it's completely worth it!

ThrillistThrillist: Get the brioche French toast for breakfast, the pork shoulder braised in milk for dinner, and a Gold Dust Woman with Scotch and grapefruit to sip. Read more.

Southport Grocery & Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

7. Southport Grocery & Cafe

3552 N Southport Ave (at W Addison St), Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · Lakeview · 85 tips and reviews

Brian M.Brian MacQueen: One of the best brunch spots in the city. It does get crowded, so be prepared to wait. And hope they've got tater tots on the menu. Try them with an omelet.

TJ C.TJ Callanta: Plenty of reasons the wife and I are 6 year regulars. Easily the best brunch spot the NorthSide has to offer. Bread Pudding Pancakes, Sweet & Savory FT, & The Hash? The whole menu won't disappoint.

Tana B.Tana Babcock: You must order the biscuit and gravy or hash (add brisket). Seriously both are phenomenal. If you're in the mood for booze, all the cocktails are tasty!

Eleven City Diner is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

8. Eleven City Diner

1112 S Wabash Ave (btwn 11th St & Roosevelt Rd), Chicago, IL
Diner · South Loop · 281 tips and reviews

Alexandra H.Alexandra Hoover: Most delicious Challah French Toast ever! The toasted coconut and fruit make it perfect.

Jill H.Jill H-W: The lox and latke is excellent! The best breakfast I've had on this trip.

Jill H.Jill H-W: The lox and latke was the best breakfast I had during my one week stay in Chicago. I went back for dinner and had the Rubin's Reuben with pastrami and it was better than any Reuben that I've ever had!

The Publican is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

9. The Publican

837 W Fulton Market (at N Green St), Chicago, IL
New American Restaurant · Fulton Market · 348 tips and reviews

Jose R.Jose Rivera: Sunday brunch- red wine poached eggs w/lamb pastrami is a winner.

Rebecca P.Rebecca Prindable: beyond amazing brunch. crowded, get resos. red wine poached eggs. beer mimosas. can't go wrong!

Marco M.Marco Morelli: Try the spicy pork rinds, Pork Belly, Fries (w/fried eggs on top) for dinner... and the sausage for Sunday Brunch!

Tre Kronor is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

10. Tre Kronor

3258 W Foster Ave (at Spaulding Ave), Chicago, IL
Scandinavian Restaurant · North Park · 76 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: Alongside Swedish food, Tre Kronor serves delicious Danish pastries, Norwegian meatball sandwiches, Belgian waffles and that Stockholm favorite , quiche. Read more.

Diana N.Diana Nowicki: Try one of their signature quiches! The corn beef hash is great as well, and don't forget to try a side of their sausage options and a housemade pastry!

Cindy K.Cindy Kurman: Try the Danish Bleu Omelet With Spinish - Fresh baby Spanish. Nice Bleu taste. Great potatoes. Perfectly prepared.

Beatrix is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

11. Beatrix

519 N Clark St (at W Grand Ave), Chicago, IL
New American Restaurant · Near North Side · 200 tips and reviews

Kamilah M.Kamilah M: Great window tables for people watching and the red quinoa cakes w/ poached eggs is excellent especially w/ brown sugar bacon. #yum

Mark W.Mark Wong: Really good freshly squeezed juices, brunch, and dinner!

Kristin L.Kristin Lukowski: Delicious brunch options, many gluten-free friendly. Attentive waiter kept my coffee mug full. Delicious baked goods to take home. Funky, airy decor. All in all, a great experience.

Bongo Room is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

12. Bongo Room

5022 N Clark St, Chicago, IL
Breakfast Spot · Ravenswood · 53 tips and reviews

Paige K.Paige Kaliski: Blueberry and lemon pancakes are amazing!!

Katie M.Katie Milliken: Beautiful ambience and great service. We each had an omelette (delicious potatoes) and split pancakes. Pancakes were fluffy and decadent! Drinks were solid too.

Laurie D.Laurie Dubnow: Brunch is great, but it's only available on Sat and Sundays. Lunch menu is very good too if you go a diff day. Egg sammy w/ chick apple sausage on a pretzel roll. 1 White choc caramel pretzel pancake!

Longman & Eagle is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

13. Longman & Eagle

2657 N Kedzie Ave (at W Schubert Ave), Chicago, IL
New American Restaurant · Logan Square · 333 tips and reviews

Mark B.Mark B: Cant go wrong with the chicken and waffles, and the pork belly hash. Legen-wait for it-dary selection of whiskey. Can do whiskey flights to whet the palate and sample the awesome selection too!

Wolfgang B.Wolfgang Baermann: The most unpretentious 1 Michelin Star I know around the world! Phenomenal food, great brunch, great wine list, amazing US whiskey collection, super knowledgeable bar and very friendly wait staff ❤️it

ChicagoistChicagoist: Brunch isn’t just for hipsters here. Try the duck egg hash, biscuits and gravy teeming with huge chunks of pork sausage and especially their chicken and waffles, which are among the best in the city. Read more.

Bite Café is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

14. Bite Café

1039 N Western Ave (at W Cortez St), Chicago, IL
New American Restaurant · Ukrainian Village · 100 tips and reviews

Time Out ChicagoTime Out Chicago: From the breakfast “mashbrown” (a genius combination of mashed potatoes and hash browns) to the crisp and juicy half-chicken with roasted garlic for dinner, the new food is simple and satisfying. Read more.

Heather D.Heather Dumford: Two words: Pork Hash...best combination of flavors I've had for brunch in Chicago

Bitches Who Brunch M.Bitches Who Brunch Manager: Voted Best Cafe: Serving a fun breakfast menu daily, in addition to weekend brunch, this is the perfect spot to start your day with a coffee fix, and hang for a few hours into lunch. Read more.

Ann Sather is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Chicago.

15. Ann Sather

909 W Belmont Ave (btwn N Wilton Ave & N Clark St), Chicago, IL
Scandinavian Restaurant · Lakeview · 104 tips and reviews

GourmetLiveGourmetLive: A local favorite that’s known for its Swedish pancakes with lingonberries and freshly baked, high–rise cinnamon rolls pillowy enough to sleep on.

Quernzy SocialQuernzy Social: OMG the cinnamon rolls! The best comfort food and biggest omelettes.

Ven V.Ven Virtusio: Awesome brunch!!! You must try their homemade cinnamon rolls!!