Nestled among the gorgeous greystones, tree-lined streets, and wide boulevards is a bustling brunch scene in Logan Square. This neighborhood is hip, trendy, and fun. It is well-known for its late night revelry, but don’t sleep through the brunch scene!
Here are our favorite brunch spots in Logan Square, no matter the occasion.
If you’re looking for a spot to take your parents, I recommend Daisies. This quaint restaurant is intimate, has good acoustics, isn’t too loud, and the food is out of this world. With fresh flavors and a pasta-focus, you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu, but I recommend the asparagus toast with fresh asparagus, cheese, spring onions, and a sunny-side up egg served on Publican bread. Show your mom you finally eat your veggies! Read our review here.
Daisies, 2523 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, (773) 661-1671
Have brunch with the ladies at The Whale. This fun spot has a gambling motif and a menu that will make you feel like you hit the jackpot. We are still obsessing over the strawberry and brie toast appetizer. Read our review here.
The Whale, 2427 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, (773) 825-2900
While brunch as a first date might seem unconventional, Young American is the perfect spot for an early date. This hip and cool spot will impress your date with how in-the-know you are. Sip a CBD cocktail to erase the first date jitters and get to know each other over a rich menu, with our favorite biscuits in all of Chicago, and skillets big enough to share. Read our review here.
Young American, 2545 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, (773) 687-8385
Millennial pink walls, succulents, and natural light, Lonesome Rose is the brunch that’s missing from your Instagram feed. The menu is inspired with northern Mexican and southwest U.S. fare. Load up on a restorative green juice and breakfast bowl. Read our review here.
Lonesome Rose, 2101 N California Ave, Chicago, (773) 770-3414
Parson’s Chicken and Fish
Celebrate nice weather with a brunch on Parson’s expansive patio. This Southern food restaurant offers delectable fried chicken, pimento cheese, and biscuit meals. But the frozen drinks really won our hearts. Read our review here.
Parson’s Chicken and Fish, 2952 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, (773) 384-3333
Middle Brow Bungalow
Beer, bread, and pizza. What more could you want? Middle Brow Bungalow has a narrow menu, but what they lack in quantity, they exceed in quality. Gather the whole group and camp out at a large table for a chill morning and tasty beer. Read our review here.
Middle Brow Bungalow, 2840 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, (773) 687-9076