Saba Italian Bar + Kitchen
Cuisine: European, Italian
Logan Square is rife with restaurants offering brunch, but don't overlook Saba's Italian Kitchen + Bar for a vast array of freshly-made-in-house choices. You can go breakfast-y with bestsellers... Read More
Logan Square is rife with restaurants offering brunch, but don't overlook Saba's Italian Kitchen + Bar for a vast array of freshly-made-in-house choices. You can go breakfast-y with bestsellers like Eggs Benedict (poached eggs, prosciutto, arugula, house hollandaise with Parmesan potatoes); lemon ricotta pancakes; and banana waffles (cookie butter, bananas, Nutella). Trying to stick to a diet? There's an egg white omelet stuffed with avocado, tomato, goat cheese, grilled onion, vibrant salads and a nice bowl of berry-studded yogurt. If you lean towards lunch-y flavors, start with antipasti like arancini, meatballs or mussels then continue with a burger, BLT, or any of a half-dozen pasta dishes. Carbonara is breakfast transformed by way to peppered bacon, Mascarpone cheese, butter glaze, egg yolk and chives. Sip a classic Aperol Spritz, an icy draft or a Hair of the Dogma with vodka, Fernet Dogma, Lucano caffe and Metric® cold brew.
- Brunch: "If you haven't tried an Italian cream soda, Saba's is the place. They include fruit, herbs, sorbet or gelato - with or without alcohol."
- Best for Brunch Because: The modern Italian eatery offers a boatload of sweet and savory brunch options, spot-on friendly service and creative Italian sodas.