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Brunch n’ Kickball Guide

This year, we’re excited to partner with Chicago Sport and Social to launch a new Brunch n’ Kickball league! We first worked with them when I was a guest judge for Chicago Sport & Social’s Bloody Mary Fest, and we are so proud to be working with them to kick balls and brunch this spring.

Every Sunday, starting April 23, you will find the Chicago Bitches playing kickball in Lincoln Park—and then doing what we do best, brunching. But where will we brunch, you ask? Check out our guide on the best brunch spots near the fields, plus some specials just for players.

Want to join in on the fun? Click here to register for a team, or snag a chance to play WITH the Bitches by following us on Twitter and telling us your favorite post-kickball brunch!

Old Town Social
An Old Town titan, Old Town Social, is a proud partner with us and Chicago Sport & Social for this season of Brunch n’ Kickball. Having already tried the brunch at Old Town Social, we know that our fellow kickball players would be thrilled with this brunch option. To read our brunch review, click here. Old Town Social, 455 W. North Ave

Benchmark is bringing the party to the Brunch n’ Kickball league on Sundays, as another proud partner of Chicago Sport & Social. The nearby restaurant serves up brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. including a $25 bottomless brunch buffet with smoked brisket, omelette and carving station, waffle bar, dessert station and a $15 mimosa package.

Plus, if you’re a Sport & Social kickball player you’ll get a free mimosa upon arrival if you mention Bitches Who Brunch. We can’t wait to kick back and brunch with everyone at Benchmark! To read our brunch review, click here. Benchmark, 1510 N. Wells Street

Stanley’s Kitchen and Tap
We are all about brunch buffets, and Stanley’s Kitchen and Tap has a self-proclaimed “world renowned” one. Boasting fried chicken, mac n’ cheese, chicken a’la king, homemade biscuits, made to order omelets, Belgian waffles, and more, we will just have to visit after a game! Not to mention a Bloody Mary bar and mimosas aplenty—a boozy good time is to be had. Click here for more information. Stanley’s Kitchen and Tap, 1970 N. Lincoln Avenue

This small, neighborhood bistro is going through a BIG renovation, but will be open just in time for our kickball games! Formerly gemini Bistro, the newly dubbed Gemini will be reopening on April 17th. We can’t wait to try the brunch and kick back with a mimosa in hand after a game. For more information, click here. Gemini, 2075 N. Lincoln Avenue

The Vig
Just down Wells Street is a large brunch spot, always brimming on weekends. We are speaking of The Vig, where we tried the amazing doughnuts at brunch—a life changing experience. With The Vig within walking distance to the fields in Lincoln Park, it is an easy choice for brunch on a Sunday Funday. To read our review, click here. The Vig, 1527 N. Wells Street

Wells on Wells
To all of our early-birds and early gamers, head to Wells on Wells for a ridiculously fun and boozy brunch before 12:30 p.m. for the Brunch happy hour. Before 12:30 p.m., patrons receive half off brunch items, $20 mimosa buckets or prosecco splits, and $5 Bloody Marys. What a deal, and it’s within walking distance to the fields! For more information, click here. Wells on Wells, 1617 N. Wells Street

BitchBiz: Bitches Who Brunch partners with Old Town Social and Benchmark. While this article was written independently by us, we do receive compensation from those companies.


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