A beautiful cozy and historic cafe with a vast menu and a barista with perfect sills such that the milk is heated exactly to release those natural sugars in my dry cap.
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Good spot with inside/outside seating. Latte and sandwich were very average altho it is a former award winner in '14 and '15. On way from Lincoln Park/Fullerton St to Fullerton Red Line stop. Sandwich line up is very intriguing and desserts looked good.
Have not been to the Bourgeois Pig in about a year. It used to be very good. Tried to order lunch to go on a Tuesday; roughly at noon. You'd expect that to be prime time for a sandwich place. So I ordered what was...More
First, I will say that the places to sit in this cafe are expansive ... with many rooms, tables and seating options. That part I loved! What didn't I like? The coffee and tea we had were mediocre at best. I was told by the...More
The food and atmosphere turned out to be even better than the website promised. It seems to be a quaint old (former) house on a commercial block, and the outdoor seating was a plus since things are a bit tight indoors. The sandwiches have clever...More
This independent coffee shop has a massive menu. The food is generally tasty and, even though there's usually a long line, the wait is worth it. The restaurant is deceptively large, with indoor and outdoor seating involving two storefront plus an upstairs seating area. The...More
I have fond memories of sitting upstairs with my family on snowy winter days, drinking hot chocolate and playing scrabble... It's a wonderful setting, and the food is very nice, if not cheap. Definitely one of my favorite places in Chicago (if only for sentimental...More
I used to really like this place, and when I needed to head into Chicago I would come in for coffee and breakfast while I do work. The last two times have not been good, and I won't be going back, which is too bad...More
Went today for lunch.. I know they've catered to the Depaul crows for years but for $11 sandwich you're truly better off at potbellys. Ordered their corned beef as the cashier raved. 2/3 of the sandwich was nothing but fat (No meat).. no apologies.. She...More