Best Brunch Spots in the Chicago Loop
Scrambling to make brunch plans? We’ve got your guide to the best French toasts, eggs Benedict, and bottomless mimosas in the Chicago Loop.
Bottomless Mimosas and Savory Dishes at IPO Restaurant at W Chicago – City Center
Brunch wouldn’t be the same without a mimosa, or five. The best deal on bottomless mimosas can be found in the center of the Loop’s financial district at IPO Restaurant at W Chicago – City Center. Enjoy $15 bottomless mimosa every Saturday and Sunday from 7:00am to 1:00pm. Pair your cocktail with one of the restaurant’s many savory dishes including breakfast mac & cheese, pesto burritos, and savory pancakes (pictured).
Toni Patisserie’s Brunch will Transport you to France
Toni Patisserie and Café will transport you to France with its decadent pastries and fresh breakfast and lunch menu. Toni Marie Cox, the restaurant’s owner and chef, served as the Executive Pastry Chef at the notable Le Ciel Bleu, before being sought out by Disney to open The Disneyland Hotel in Paris. This cozy restaurant, tucked in at 65 E. Washington Street across from the Chicago Cultural Center, is the perfect gathering place for a quick brunch with friends. Fresh ingredients and beautifully plated entrees make this brunch feel more like a getaway than a quick bite to eat.
Sunday Bottomless Brunch at Latinicity Showcases the Best of this Colossal Food Hall
We promise you won’t leave this bottomless brunch spot hungry, or thirsty for that matter. Located on the third-floor of Block Thirty Seven Shops on State Street, Latinicity is a Latin-inspired food hall created by world-renowned chef Richard Sandoval. Sunday Brunch features some of the most interesting brunch creations in the Chicago Loop including a Waffle Bacon Burger and Mexican DF Dog. Enjoy all-you-can-eat brunch for $19.99, or brunch and bottomless mimosas and sangria for $39.99.
Headed to a Sunday matinee at one of the surrounding theatres? A $5 parking voucher makes this the best deal in all of Chicago. Simply park in Block Thirty Seven’s parking garage and get your fill of delicious Latin-inspired cuisine and cocktails. After, walk across the street to one of the Loop’s many theatres.
Weekend Brunch with a View at Cindy’s Rooftop
If you’re looking for brunch with a view, look no further than Cindy’s. Atop the historic Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, this open-air terrace boasts some of the best views and overall atmosphere in the city. Fill up on breakfast classics such as Steak & Eggs and Buttermilk Pancakes while taking in views of Millennium Park, The Art Institute of Chicago, and Lake Michigan. This rooftop oasis is usually booked solid for lunch and dinner, but brunch reservations may be the best way to get into this sought-after dining experience.
Afraid of heights, or simply looking for a different vibe? The Cherry Circle Room on the second floor of the hotel has an unforgettable brunch menu and equally unique atmosphere. Corned Beef and Duck Hash, New England Lobster Roll, Risotto of Ancient Grains, and Scotch Egg are sure to make this a brunch to remember.