Best Brunch Spots in Lincoln Park, Chicago

Brunch is the most important meal of the day.

Lincoln Park has endless dining options from little cafes to fine dining, but there’s one thing this busy neighborhood does best: BRUNCH.

Batter and Berries
If you haven’t experienced the french toast flight or the Oreo French Toast pictured below, you’re missing out.7


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7 Plates Cafe
Not just for brunch. 7 Plates has incredible food no matter which meal you drop by for! Their tagline is “your favorite casual gourmet food” which describes the atmosphere and unique dining experience.

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Blue Door Farm Stand
This popular spot is frequented and packed by not-as-broke DePaul students and a TON of Chicagoans. Drop by to find out why.

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Toast is Toast’s specialty in many ways– whether you’re an avocado toast lover or a french toast obsessor, you can have your fix!

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Chicago’s favorite diner, and we aren’t kidding! Nookies has Chicago history and is beloved by all. Nookies has an amazing selection of dishes with vibrant, yummy flavors.

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Cafe Vienna
Tea, pastries, sandwiches, coffee… Cafe Vienna has brunch staples that are to die for. You’ll never order just one!

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Jam ‘n Honey
This Lincoln Park staple seems to be the spot for those visiting DePaul, as it is directly across the street from St. Vincent DePaul Parish! Don’t let the college students deter you– Jam ‘n Honey is an excellent brunch spot. You’ll probably skip dinner.


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