Spoken is easy to miss - it’s tucked away under the Montrose Brown Line stop and has weekday hours best suited for early risers and daytime freelancers. But even if you sleep late and work in a cubicle, you should make an effort to visit. The sandwiches are creative and delicious, with hearty options for both meat-eaters and vegetarians. They also serve cheesy grits, salads, oatmeal, and Do-Rite Donuts, along with organic and fair trade coffee.
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Baker Miller is a Lincoln Square bakery and cafe that mills their own flour. They make great savory and sweet items.
Glenn's Diner & Seafood House
Glenn's Diner feels like a diner, but it specializes in simple seafood. They also have spaghetti and meatballs and a cereal bar. You'll like it.
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Wyler Road is a great sandwich spot that you want to sit and hang it. It feels like a cafe during the day and a fancy local dive bar at night.
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Chicago Bagel Authority
A bagel shop that specializes in "steamwiches," which means CBA is more go-to sandwich joint than traditional bagel spot.
Uncommon Ground is a healthy-ish, farm-to-table, sustainable restaurant in Wrigley. They even grow food on the roof at times.
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