35 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in Chicago.
The Magna Carta Holy Grail of the brunch scene. Get involved.
Any restaurant with the words “Pie” and “Biscuit” in its name is probably a place you want to go.
Baker Miller is a Lincoln Square bakery and cafe that mills their own flour. They make great savory and sweet items.
PQM is an excellent little cafe. We only wish it stayed open later.
Lost Larson is a bakery and restaurant in Andersonville with very good food and a nice outdoor patio.
Cafe Marie-Jeanne is an all-day French cafe in Humboldt Park with a cozy, neighborhood feel.
3 Greens Market has a lot going on: Small Cheval burgers, Dillman’s pastrami, salad bar, coffee, booze, and ping pong. Feel free to hang out.
Three Arts Cafe is a beautiful restaurant inside the atrium of the RH store. This place is one of a kind and a great afternoon hang.
Spinning J is an excellent bakery and soda fountain in Humboldt Park that has housemade sodas, fresh baked pies, and sandwiches.
All Together Now is an all-day cafe and wine store in Ukrainian Village with very good food.
Quiote is a Mexican spot in Logan Square that works for just about anything. Come for coffee, on a date, or just to have some mezcal at the bar.
The Allis is open to the public on the first floor of Soho House, and it's a great place to settle in for coffee, food, and even your work.
More comfortable than a MINI Cooper, Beatrix is a casual and versatile restaurant in River North.
A bagel shop that specializes in "steamwiches," which means CBA is more go-to sandwich joint than traditional bagel spot.
Little Goat is an all-day spot in West Town with creative diner food that’s hit or miss.