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Breakfast Spot$$$$
Uptown, Chicago
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  • Serious Eats
    Tweet offers quite an eclectic menu from breakfast to dinner, but their kimchi is a must try! This Korean dish is served with fermented cabbage, steamed rice and veggies all in one magical bowl. Read more
  • Carl-Philippe P.
    always super busy for Sunday Brunch & yet it's all so worth it in the end. If you're in the hood make you stop and check it out. Don't forget that it's cash only but if you do they have an 🏧 on hand
  • Chad C.
    Chad CurryAugust 6, 2014
    Tweet is my favorite brunch spot right now. Get there early. Great for kids! Tons of activities for the kids and give them sliced bananas and bread for a warm up. Gluten free options. Chilaquiles!
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoMarch 2, 2012
    Popular brunch offerings include a play on bibimbap, a Korean casserole of rice, veggies and egg; arepas topped with organic eggs and avocado; and biscuits and gravy made with local Amish sausages. Read more
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoNovember 2, 2011
    Try the “Bib im Bop,” a play on bibimbap, the Korean casserole of rice, veggies and egg; organic corn arepas topped with organic eggs and avocado; and biscuits and gravy made with Amish sausages. Read more
  • Monica
    MonicaNovember 6, 2011
    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
  • Mimi C.
    Mimi ChanelMarch 3, 2013
    Service is great! Gluten menu. Try the crab Benedict. If you are from Maryland bring OBay lol. It's not a Maryland crab cake but its good. This dish is a lil pricey to be served w/hashbrowns.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoOctober 17, 2011
    Try the “Bib im Bop,” a play on bibimbap, the Korean casserole of rice, veggies and egg; organic corn arepas topped with organic eggs and avocado; and biscuits and gravy made with Amish sausages.
  • Jim
    JimJanuary 1, 2013
    It's cash only/no credit or debit but there's handy cash station machine in the joint. Friendly service, tight seating, large portions, complimentary sweet bread and fruit cup for every diner.
  • William S.
    William SmithNovember 14, 2010
    Can't go wrong ordering pork chop & biscuits with gravy. Eggs Benedict are hit or miss, sometimes yolks too hard. Hash-browns are decent. Bacon scores well.Great service. Cash only. Coffee bitter. A-
  • Fulya S.
    Fulya SSeptember 25, 2015
    Pumpkin pancakes are just so delicious! So many choices on the menu, I loved everything I ordered. Portions are huge, as is in everywhere in the US! They also have free wifi.
  • BIll B.
    BIll BaconJune 2, 2012
    Best Chilaquiles outside of Guanajuato! But you gotta ask for the eggs to be estrellados (over easy) not scrambled; so much better with the yolk running into the corn tortilla chips...
  • Elvan S.
    Elvan SariApril 19, 2014
    Benedict was served cold. Pancakes are just ok,nothing special..Disturbingly loud atmosphere.There are hundreds of super good breakfast places in this town, and Tweet is worst. Friendly people tho..
  • Nick V.
    Nick VillarrealFebruary 11, 2013
    Try to go early for brunch on a weekend. Like 9 or 10. By 11 on you'll be waiting around ah hour. However, it's worth the wait! Banana pancakes are amazing.
  • Kevin B.
    Kevin BuckstiegelJanuary 17, 2013
    I want to try their other food every time I go. However, the eggs Benedict always ends up on my table. It is fantastic everytime!
  • Vincent J.
    Vincent JamesOctober 26, 2012
    Great place for brunch! However, the cash only makes me feel as if I'm in Wicker Park. ATM inside (THAT WORKS - which makes me feel like I'm not in Wicker Park)
  • Alisa L.
    Alisa LiApril 19, 2010
    The corn beef and hash is a must...real corned beef that's been chopped up (not that mushy canned kind). The hashbrowns are perfect. Country Benedict is also superb.
  • Kerry N.
    Kerry NevelMay 25, 2014
    Everythingisgood! Sausage biscuits and gravy are decadent: I always order a side of sausage, too, because if I'm going to do this, I'M GONNA DO THIS!! Best Red Velvet cake in the city. Get it to go.
  • Regina K.
    Regina KardashianAugust 14, 2015
    Eggs florentine and the bellinies are to die for!! Great atmosphere, a bit noisy when busy. Back patio is great!
  • Chris S.
    Chris SteeleNovember 23, 2014
    They take gluten free brunch very seriously here, right down to the complimentary pastry that precedes your meal. You will not be starved for options.
  • Tyler C.
    Tyler CollinsMay 19, 2013
    Biscuits & Gravy is amazing. I love it with the eggs right on top!! Will be back so many great things on the menu and Vegetarian options as well.
  • Alyssa S.
    Alyssa SorressoSeptember 8, 2010
    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.
  • Faren D.
    Faren D'AbellAugust 4, 2013
    Great food. Decent prices. Top notch service. Eat outside if you want to hear what your friends are saying. Be prepared to sit with strangers.
  • Katie M.
    Katie MillikenSeptember 23, 2015
    Delicious pumpkin pancakes! The ecstasy Bloody Mary was excellent as well. Add a beer chaser for $1!
  • Stanley E.
    Stanley EscobarSeptember 28, 2013
    Loved the food and the service was wonderful, our waiter was Christopher. .. such a nice guy! I'll definitely go again!!! Highly recommended!!!
  • Heather R.
    Heather RudinJuly 13, 2014
    Be prepared for a long wait, but the food is amazing and the breakfast cocktails are delicious! Fun environment and awesome staff!
  • Randy W.
    Randy WeberAugust 13, 2011
    Eat anything here and you'll love it. Bring cash, they do not accept plastic. Oh and check out all the beautiful photography while you're here.
  • Ken Q.
    Ken QuandtDecember 5, 2009
    Long before everyone was tweeting on Twitter, there was Tweet. Try this place for weekend brunch. Numerous options await you, including organic and vegetarian dishes. And fresh-squeezed OJ. Love it.
  • Chad C.
    Chad CurryAugust 9, 2014
    Mt. Vegan was awesome. I had the sesame sauce and it has brown rice, jalapeños, carrots, kale, some corn tortillas. Just great.
  • Kathy
    KathyApril 16, 2011
    Bloody Mary, bellini, veggie country benedict (and I'm not a vegetarian!), crab cake sandwich, omelet... Never had anything I don't like here.
  • Nikki K.
    Nikki KiddJune 6, 2011
    The Gramosa Diva was a wonderful, less sweet version of the traditional mimosa - perfect for a brunch pairing after a late night! Read more
  • Laura P.
    Laura PearceJune 1, 2013
    If your not feeling breakfast food, the burgers are fantastic. Try the Korean BBQ Burger with kimchi and cucumber, soooo good.
  • Eva L.
    Eva LaporteSeptember 29, 2014
    Get there early for brunch! Country Benedict and crab cake hollandaise are the best!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsAugust 13, 2013
    Although all of the dishes on Tweets vast and eclectic menu are highly recommendable, the bibimbap is the real star.
  • Casey V.
    Casey VickersJanuary 5, 2014
    The Bloody Mary selection won me over. The wasabi is surprisingly amazing. Also you can't beat the glass tiki mugs
  • Maggie Z.
    Maggie ZattaJanuary 20, 2015
    Cash only, but ADORABLE indie spot with plenty vegetarian options.... & sweet corn bread. CLOSES @ 3pm. CASH ONLY
  • Dr dru I.
    Dr dru InthebuildingJanuary 25, 2014
    The pumpkin pancakes are available year long and are amazing! (On the right)
  • Brent
    BrentDecember 29, 2013
    Spicy bloody marys are on point! For breakfast I recommend the Belgian waffle and croissantwich! Olé!
  • Samuel Y.
    Samuel YorkJuly 28, 2011
    Some of the best breakfast in the city. Veggie biscuits and gravy are awesome! Amazingly nice service too!
  • Drew L.
    Drew LaddApril 27, 2013
    Try anything and everything. It's all good. Lox platter and Crabcakes Hollandaise are personal faves.
  • Joanna F.
    Joanna FlammJuly 8, 2013
    One million choices for brunch/lunch. Sandwiches come with enough fries to feed an army. Cash only.
  • Mel H.
    Mel HeeresMay 11, 2013
    Extensive Gluten Free menu, but cross contamination is a major issue. Only the toaster is dedicated GF
  • KDX
    KDXApril 8, 2012
    Country Benedict!! The gravy is actually Fluffy! Awesome and don't forget to get the spicy Bloody!
  • Anna B.
    Anna B.April 10, 2015
    Breakfast here is worth going for, and if there's a long wait you can always have drinks at the bar
  • Aishwarya S.
    Aishwarya SharmaApril 21, 2015
    Accepts no cards. Come with cash. ATM is in within the shop.
  • Lori G.
    Lori GuidryJuly 27, 2013
    Yummy! The chicken sausage quiche is delish! Bloody Mary (spicy) is a must have!
  • J
    JAugust 16, 2015
    Very food aware/conscious which is great for folks with celiacs or serious allergies!
  • Matt A.
    Matt AndersenNovember 5, 2010
    Their French toast is SUPER Tweet! Love it! Make sure to use maple syrup as dipping sauce.
  • Jeff M.
    Jeff MeyersAugust 17, 2014
    Great for French toast fanatics. Free coffee by the bar while you wait!
  • Cate C.
    Cate C.October 24, 2012
    Ask for the gluten free menu - they have great options including pancakes & waffles!
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