Chicago has some amazing brunch spots that will please everyone in your group. Whether you’re a fan of classic eggs benedict or something a little more unique, there’s a spot for you on this list. We’ve got you covered from intimate restaurants hidden away in neighborhoods to busy spots near the city center. Ready to dig in? Here are the best Chicago brunch spots!
Old Town Social Club: This chic restaurant is perfect for a romantic brunch date. The menu includes classic brunch items like eggs benedict and French toast, but they also offer some unique twists, like avocado Benedict with poached eggs and jalapeño hollandaise sauce. The setting is picturesque — perched atop the historic Water Tower Building downtown.
The Hangar at Navy Pier: This waterfront restaurant offers an eclectic mix of American and international cuisine, including an excellent brunch menu with options like Benedict eggs with smoked salmon and capers, and a Dutch baby pancake with berry compote.
Pancake House: Founded in 1895, this Chicago institution serves up classic breakfast items like pancakes, waffles, and omelets alongside unique variations like bacon-wrapped dates stuffed inside a fluffy doughnut shape.