This was our first visit to Lula but it will not be our last. The café is an old store front of an old business in the Logan Square area. The food is creative tasty with a great wine selection that you don’t see in...More
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Sunday Brunch...only LULA CAFE. On our visit to Chicago my family took me to Lulas. A small, casual cafe. The crowd was out the door, pouring rain and we were quite hungry...However, there was no other option. We were going to wait! After 50 minutes...More
My adult daughter and I went on A Friday night. Our reservation at 7:45pm revealed a packed restaurant. Excellent service and one of the most unique menus I have seen in my many travels. Perfect portions. Wonderful flavors. A true 5 stars in their catafory....More
One of our favorite eateries in Chicago... can’t go wrong with the food and they a great drink selection - always ask for their wine specials. Haven’t yet tried their vegetarian fixed course yet. However, everything we have tried is great. My personal fav is...More
Farm fresh food served from friendly staff and fantastic chef. We went here for breakfast on a Friday. Honeycrisp Apple with Burrata was my fav dish. Pork hash and French toast great additions to the meal. Coffee was great too.
Consistently delicious and I'm always inspired by their dishes. Their dinner menu changes daily, using the highest quality ingredients. Very unique cocktails too!
An awesome place to eat. I had the 6 course vegetarian meal and it was impeccable. So many awesome flavours. The best pumpkin soup I’ve ever tried. Wonderful butternut squash, roasted broccoli, a light camomile ice cream and Italian meringue. 5*
Lula Cafe is a funky, groovy and simply delicious spot in Logan Square. We love going there when we visit our friends and family in Chicago. It never disappoints. The atmosphere is fun and diverse and entertaining. Everyone can be at home at Lula Cafe....More
The epic journey began with a glorious baked feta, lightly bathed in a virgin olive oil, crumbled atop a bed of toasted bread. I brought the carefully collected bite to my mouth, anticipating a simple appetizer; basic, if you will. Much to my surprise, the...More
Our visit to Lula Cafe was one of the highlights of our trip to Chicago. It didn't take long to seat us outside and the beet bruschetta to begin was a nice twist. However the highlight was the grilled tomato and n'duja which was phenomenal!