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Cuisine: American, New American
Price Range: $$$
Set in the middle of an idyllic park, this cozy cabin (formerly a skater's warming house in Lincoln Park), rife with Arts & Crafts style, is known for its great brunch. The warm, simple structure... Read More
Set in the middle of an idyllic park, this cozy cabin (formerly a skater's warming house in Lincoln Park), rife with Arts & Crafts style, is known for its great brunch. The warm, simple structure keeps a focus on the views - tree-lined ponds, bursts of flowers, and the city skyline - not to mention the food. Chef Bruce Sherman is one of the city's leading proponents of organic, sustainable and, where possible, local food. Brunch is a prix fixe three-course extravaganza that features citrus brioche French toast and spinach-cheese-egg strata. Dinner includes dishes like Alaskan halibut with fava beans, sage-roasted breast of guinea hen, and a grilled New York strip. Menus change often but don't miss the farm egg over lentils or the pumpernickel-crusted Great Lakes whitefish, if available.
2610 N Cannon Dr
Chicago, IL 60614
- Jun: -; Sep Tue; 11:30am-2pm
- Wed-Fri: 11:30am-2pm,; 5:30pm-Close
- Sat: 5:30pm-Close
- Sun: 10:30am-1:30pm,; 5:30pm-Close Oct; -; May Wed-Sat; 5:30am-Close
- Sun: 10:30am-1:30pm,; 5:30pm-Close Hours; May; Vary; Seasonally
- Brunch: "Make plans to take a stroll through the Lincoln Park Zoo or Conservatory after brunch."
- Best for Brunch Because: The period-evoking wood-trimmed dining rooms encourage a second coffee and more conversation. Walk it all off with an evening stroll through the park.