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Lula Cafe

2537 North Kedzie Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60647

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(773) 489-9554

  • Sun - Mon 9:00am - 12:00am
  • Tue Closed;
  • Wed - Thu 9:00am - 12:00am
  • Fri - Sat 9:00am - 1:00am

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Breakfast and Brunch, Cafes, Dog Friendly Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 221 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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  • robertmattei reviewGreat place to eat! Their dishes are very fresh using only organic ingredients. Good for vegetarians. There quesadillas are cheesy and tasteful and my favorite dish is combo of cinnamon, feta cheese and garlic, mixed up with hollow noodles. It's almost to die for. They now have a bar and it isn't over-priced, so leave your drinks at home. As for weekends, it gets very crowded, I've once waited over an hour for a table.

    44444 by robertmattei

  • Kristeena S.The brunch menu is fantastic. Stone fruit salad and the trout scramble were both amazing. Great service, inventive food, and great drinks. (but...don't order a bloody mary - it was pretty terrible)

    55555 by Kristeena S.

  • Bobby KennedyBrunch is incredibly popular but it's not as hard to get into at other times. Always a friendly staff and something seasonal and delicious on the menu.

    55555 by Bobby Kennedy

  • PureWowLula is not exactly the go-to for cheap eats. But, this colorful, flavorful quesadilla stuffed with acorn squash and green onion, ricotta, guajillo chile and queso fresco is an exception to it.

    55555 by PureWow

  • Roula H.Food was good but not the service. Was a little disappointed with my experience. Had the ham and cheese brunch sandwich which was okay

    33333 by Roula H.

  • Chris ILogan Square is an up-and-coming 'hood, if feeling adventurous.

    55555 by Chris I

  • Yolanda VWe had the breakfast burrito and brioche French toast. It was good and a lot.

    55555 by Yolanda V

  • David pFood is amazeballs

    55555 by David p

  • Jackie TI tried something new, and loved it!! Cozy atmosphere. Great service too

    55555 by Jackie T

  • Martin R.Spaghetti w/ Sweet and Spicy Chile 'Salsa Rossa,' Bacon, Queso Fresco

    55555 by Martin R.

  • PureWowLogan Square: Snag a table for two on Lula’s patio, order a slice of the melt-in-your-mouth carrot cake, people-watch Logan Square’s boulevards. Still hungry? Go all-in with the chicken and biscuits.

    55555 by PureWow

  • Chefs FeedInstant classic. They are clean an satisfying with taste so that eating it is effortless.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • Erica L.Veg tasting menu!

    55555 by Erica L.

  • Bon Appetit MagazineWhether I stop in for a simple smoked-trout scramble for breakfast or I’m lucky enough to get there for the Monday night Farm Dinners, I can count on unpretentious, cliché-dodging food.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine

  • EaterFernet-Branca gives the Mast Brothers hot chocolate at Lula a bit of an upgrade.

    55555 by Eater

  • Chicago TribuneA champion of local farm relationships and vegetable-forward cooking well ahead of the curve, Lula Café stays relevant and exciting well into its second decade in Chicago.

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Andrea TI thought it was awesome. The food is really good the portions are big the coffee is stupendous and great music

    55555 by Andrea T

  • Benjamin B.Lula Cafe is amazing. They essentially have two menus. The more static, less expensive is great and still has items from 12 years ago. The chicken is incredible. The other menu changes and is great.

    55555 by Benjamin B.

  • Надя SJust checked out a spot with my friend last Friday. Perfect place to have brunch: friendly staff, nice drinks. Highly recommend to try shrimp and grits. Also don't forget to try their homemade pastry

    55555 by Надя S

  • Carlos G. KSi no sabes que pedir, te sugiero el sandwich de pavo. El plus del lugar es la atención del personal y la ondita que tiene el lugar.

    55555 by Carlos G. K

  • NelsonThe turkey sandwich never disappoints!

    55555 by Nelson

  • Martin R.Lula '99 Bloody Mary

    55555 by Martin R.

  • Jenifer K.Every trip to Chicago includes a bfast at Lula Cafe. It's so seasonal it's hard to rec a dish, but the bread baskets, you should get all 3, are a standout! Patio is shaded in the am so bring a coat

    55555 by Jenifer K.

  • Acelya Beverything is delicious. you have to try

    55555 by Acelya B

  • EaterThe brunch menu features rotating items like a breakfast burrito, cornbread French toast and a rotating selection of breakfast sandwiches.

    55555 by Eater

  • Farah TBreakfast burrito :)

    55555 by Farah T

  • JuliannaBfast or Brunch.

    55555 by Julianna

  • Davey EChickpeas!

    55555 by Davey E

  • michelle jimenezFood is soo good! Gets packed so go early to avoid the wait. It's so worth the food.

    55555 by michelle jimenez

  • Heather JI love Lula. Right now they have a cornbread French toast and it is amazing. I highly recommend it. However, I was not sold on their Bloody Mary...it had a weird sweet flavor to it.

    55555 by Heather J

  • Stephanie MOnly the special one, yes PASTA ‘YIAYIA’­ well served with bucatini, cinnamon, feta, garlic, brown butter. Awesome

    55555 by Stephanie M

  • Max W.Crispy pork belly and carrot cake were both incredible. Didn't love the vegetarian options. One side of the menu is set and the other rotates daily.

    55555 by Max W.

  • Amir JBrioche french toast✌🏻️✌🏻

    55555 by Amir J

  • Amir JBrioche french toast

    55555 by Amir J

  • Bon Appetit MagazineThe Monday night farm dinners—three new courses for $46—are where it’s at.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine

  • EaterMouton Noir Love Drunk 2015 ($12). "It's the kind of rose that you start sipping and before you know it, your glass is gone,” says sommelier and bar manager Diana Hawkins.

    55555 by Eater

  • David M.Cornbread french toast with rhubarb compote and marscarpone cheese! Crazy good.

    55555 by David M.

  • AmandaBest Brunch Places according to radicalpossibility.com

    55555 by Amanda

  • EaterBefore Logan Square had Longman & Eagle, it had Lula Café. More than a decade on, it's easy to see why people flock for its locally sourced menu, Sunday brunch and Monday night farm dinners.

    55555 by Eater

  • TerrenceWifi password: lulacafePublic

    55555 by Terrence

  • Bitches Who B.After winning our best overall brunch spot in our Best & Worst Brunches, Lula Cafe continues to be one of the most popular brunch spots, and since spring has sprung, it’s only becoming more popular.

    55555 by Bitches Who B.

  • jbrotherloveThe turkey sandwich is excellent.

    55555 by jbrotherlove

  • Heather CGreat food! Pozole was amazing.

    55555 by Heather C

  • Gregory TBest dinner in a few years! Black risotto was the star but dish after dish delivered delightful flavors without ever approaching "too rich."

    55555 by Gregory T

  • Valentin G.Excellent brunch spot, try the ham and raclette panino.

    55555 by Valentin G.

  • Reserve AInventive and market-driven, the Spinach and Endive Salad at Lula Cafe — featuring apple, pecorino, hemp seed and buttermilk dressing — is divine.

    55555 by Reserve A

  • John GBrunch is excellent, the dinner is perhaps even better

    55555 by John G

  • Donna J.This is a great brunch place with an inventive menu!

    55555 by Donna J.

  • Stina P.my favorite restaurant in chicago - for dinner, try the sunchokes, black risotto, and pasta yia yia to start.

    55555 by Stina P.

  • Bitches Who B.Voted Best Overall Brunch in 2015 by Bitches Who Brunch. Read More!

    55555 by Bitches Who B.

  • Bitches Who Brunch BVoted Best Overall Brunch in 2015! From the service, to the decor, and of course the amazing food, we just love this Logan Square gem. This is one spot we could eat at again, and again, and again.

    55555 by Bitches Who Brunch B

  • krach89 hBurritos are awesome. All the ingredients fresh. It's really tasty. Also frech toast are from other world!

    55555 by krach89 h

  • Leland BrewsterJust exceptional. Everyone at our table loved each dish. The quail was a particular standout but I don't see how you could go wrong at this place.

    55555 by Leland Brewster

  • Silvia Butta CaliceBest brunch place in Chicago if you ask me

    55555 by Silvia Butta Calice

  • Fer ADelicioso!!

    55555 by Fer A

  • Shannon SBrunch was amazing! Only waited about 15 minutes for a 2 top. They sat us at the chefs counter in the back (amazing) I ordered the Mexican seafood stew with rice off the specials menu. It was incredib

    33333 by Shannon S

  • Jono ABrunch, farm dinners, cocktails and artwork.

    55555 by Jono A

  • MattAmazing soles verdes

    55555 by Matt

  • Ricardo TSit at the chief counter in the back for the best service and experience. And always get desert. They are almost better than the main course options.

    55555 by Ricardo T

  • Richard F.Outdoor seating, make a reservation or be prepared to wait. But it's worth the wait. Breakfast/brunch is simply outstanding.

    55555 by Richard F.

  • Alicia JayCocktails are always great. The menu changes with the seasons but try short rib if they have it!

    55555 by Alicia Jay

  • Lucille F.This is my second visit & every time it's been very satisfying. My current brunch place in Chicago. Very creative & delicious menu. Can't wait to go back!

    55555 by Lucille F.

  • Carrie NAmazing brunch, lots of vegetarian dinner options, perfect for friends or dates

    55555 by Carrie N

  • Rachel S.Lots of meatless options but the "pickles" on the satay were WEIRD ad af

    33333 by Rachel S.

  • Marissa R.Brunch. Brunch. Brunch. And a coconut milk latte. 😍

    55555 by Marissa R.

  • Trail JFancy food but small portions

    55555 by Trail J

  • Sabina K.Great peanut sandwich. Vegan heaven. Cool cocktails. Great seating outside. Worth the long wait.

    55555 by Sabina K.

  • Bitches Who B.We’re just going to pretend we’re training for the marathon or a 5k and chow down on the buckwheat pappardelle with lamb bolognese, bianco sardo, and a sunny farm egg.

    55555 by Bitches Who B.

  • Molly LynnDinner was great. I love the atmosphere here and food is consistently good. The menu is very seasonal and inventive.

    55555 by Molly Lynn

  • Jayshree MLove the Bloody Mary. A must have !

    55555 by Jayshree M

  • Jan W.Totally in love with this place. Nice atmosphere and delicious food. Try the slow-cooked shortrib. They also serve excellent Reissdorf Kölsch from Cologne :-)

    55555 by Jan W.

  • Faith LeThe rotating Royale sandwich for brunch is always amazing and let's you try something new each time.

    55555 by Faith Le

  • Dina RughaniTry the specials ! We had a lamb sandwich and poached egg with pork belly

    55555 by Dina Rughani

  • Kseniya MakarovaAmazing inventive food! Apple custard cake is heaven

    55555 by Kseniya Makarova

  • John F.Food was amazing! Highly recommend, the rainbow trout was super delicious!

    55555 by John F.

  • Katie P.The cafe items here are my favorites. They are simple and I always crave them. Turkey sandwich with bacon, peanut noodles, baked french feta!!!

    55555 by Katie P.

  • heycaseyI love everything about this place. Everything.

    55555 by heycasey

  • Jenna KowalczykTrout Scramble. But the Green Pozole stole the show. Go right at 9 or you'll be waiting quite a while.

    33333 by Jenna Kowalczyk

  • Rhett H.Fantastic vibe, fantastic food and drink, and top notch service. Best restaurant in Logan Square and worthy of its accolades. A good place to eat if going to an event at Stan Mansion a block away.

    55555 by Rhett H.

  • KatherineExcellently cooked flounder and chanterelles

    55555 by Katherine

  • Alice AAmazing amazing amazing. Good for both dinner and brunch. Loved the special duck breast for dinner, banana griddle pancake, and Royale sandwich for brunch.

    55555 by Alice A

  • David CurielOne of my favorite places for brunch in logan square, I would avoid the French toast its on the soggy side

    55555 by David Curiel

  • Emily JurlinaThe quesadillas are a great starter.

    55555 by Emily Jurlina

  • Dana JensenI was apparently too late for brunch, but my spinach and apple salad was lovely.

    33333 by Dana Jensen

  • Nick W.Brunch. Service. Blankets. Boom

    55555 by Nick W.

  • AbbyBrunch dishes, regardless of whether they are savory or sweet, always feature wonderful, fresh ingredients. And the portions are perfect.

    55555 by Abby

  • Ellen StolarLove this place! Great food, friendly environment.

    55555 by Ellen Stolar

  • Douglas B.Get the Royale Sandwich and Kale salad!

    55555 by Douglas B.

  • Mike H.Everything!

    55555 by Mike H.

  • pratik4everClassic burrito is amazing!

    55555 by pratik4ever

  • jaime g.Drink the TKO for brunch!

    33333 by jaime g.

  • Hillman PhilistiaThe original farm to table in Logan square. Any time of the day you can find good options. Avoid crowded brunch

    55555 by Hillman Philistia

  • Jen MarquezThe bacon is amazing. Ham sandwich was delightful. You can pass on the Bloody Mary; you'll get a better one at Rockinghorse.

    55555 by Jen Marquez

  • Chefs FeedStephanie Izard, chef of Girl & the Goat, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Smoked quail.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • Phillip L.The breakfast bar seats are first come first serve. Be on the lookout. There are vultures!

    55555 by Phillip L.

  • Eduardo EOver priced

    22222 by Eduardo E

  • Jenifer K.If I could eat the Spring Onion Tamale everyday, I would. Steak and Eggs have a nice twist with crawfish butter and wonderfully fresh asparagus.

    55555 by Jenifer K.

  • Alicia LeeYou can ask for a half order of pancakes or French toast and it's a good size portion.

    55555 by Alicia Lee

  • Justin K.Plan for a cocktail at the bar before you sit down to eat. Trout scramble is my fave

    55555 by Justin K.

  • ThrillistGet the brioche French toast for breakfast, the pork shoulder braised in milk for dinner, and a Gold Dust Woman with Scotch and grapefruit to sip.

    55555 by Thrillist

  • Angela B.Amazing food! I will be back very soon!!!

    55555 by Angela B.

  • Terence S.This place surely lives up to the hype.

    33333 by Terence S.

  • Natalie F.Great food & service! Their breakfast potatoes are the best I've ever had, and I'm normally not a big potato eater! Also, the homemade blueberry jam is to die for!

    55555 by Natalie F.

  • Aleshia W.Incredible masters of food. Every single dish and drink I've had have left an everlasting impression!

    55555 by Aleshia W.

  • Carlos R.Try everything. You can't go wrong.

    55555 by Carlos R.

  • Christopher N.Hour long wait?! Line out the door At 1:30pm on a Monday.

    33333 by Christopher N.

  • Erin M.So tasty and cool artwork. This place makes me no longer hate Logan Square.

    55555 by Erin M.

  • Stina P.this not so hidden spot is authentic and spunky. i could eat breakfast, lunch, cafe, & dinner here for the rest of my life. snag a free lu or la pin at the front and order the beet bruschetta

    55555 by Stina P.

  • Time Out ChicagoThe eggplant Two Ways at Lula Café is one of the 100 best things we ate this year. http://tmout.us/rLOtk

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Pedro F.In a rush? Want to avoid the brunch crowd? Get your order for carry out and bypass (most of) the madness

    33333 by Pedro F.

  • Andrea O.We are at the bar since we didn't have a reservation. The bartender was the most knowledgable about every little thing you can imagine. Plus, the food is always superb.

    55555 by Andrea O.

  • Sandy Sooyoung C.Omelet with potatoes and BBQ potato chips. Actually really like the lounge feel, with down tempo music!

    55555 by Sandy Sooyoung C.

  • Christopher N.What's the deal with the small capacity on the special Halloween dinner? Do we now just wait outside in the rain until the 9pm seating?

    33333 by Christopher N.

  • EaterDiners pack the house for breakfast and brunch classics like buttermilk pancakes, brioche French toast, breakfast burrito, chilaquiles and more.

    55555 by Eater

  • Mariah V.A++ all around. Dying to go to Farm night

    55555 by Mariah V.

  • Ale A.Turkey sandwich with egg. The best ever.

    55555 by Ale A.

  • Kevin N.Don't go in here expecting a 'coffee shop'. No working wifi. It's more of a nice restaurant that serves coffee and beer

    55555 by Kevin N.

  • Theresa K.Just go. And order anything.

    33333 by Theresa K.

  • Christopher N.Brunch ends at 2:30pm, thank god Jam keeps serving right up until 2:59:59

    33333 by Christopher N.

  • Kay E.Everyone knows about Lula's Cafe' they have great food and it is a great place to have a nice meal with the family.

    55555 by Kay E.

  • Tammy_kGet the Peanut Butter Pie. Seriously. Get it.

    55555 by Tammy_k

  • E Z.Brown-butter griddle cakes. #FTW

    55555 by E Z.

  • Elisa V.Brunches are the best!

    55555 by Elisa V.

  • Stephanie P.Any Chicagoan will tell you: Best. Brunch. Ever. Also: Around the corner from Longman & Eagle!

    55555 by Stephanie P.

  • Alli B.The tofu and veggies scramble is amazing!!

    55555 by Alli B.

  • RTWgirl A.Brunch is awesome. Waits are long so be warned. Mondays they have a great prix fixe

    55555 by RTWgirl A.

  • Tony C.I don't know if I liked the food or the friendly, eccentric and sassy waiters more.

    55555 by Tony C.

  • Cherish S.Try the Cochinita Pernil - Awesome dish!! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Cherish S.

  • Aileen K.The bar area is open seating- first come first serve and they serve the same food! Linger around here to avoid long wait times.

    33333 by Aileen K.

  • George W.They should make their items order-able from my smart phone by adding them to the app "appay biz". That way, I can order ahead using "appay"!!!

    33333 by George W.

  • Mary K.Heard there are often lines--but the Sunday afternoon times are great!

    55555 by Mary K.

  • Julie F.For everything that's delicious and interesting here, I have to recommend *against* the rutabaga polenta. It's trying too hard, with too many conflicting flavors. First Lula disappointment. Bummer.

    55555 by Julie F.

  • Julie F.Pretty much everything here is fantastic (used to come often before I really started using four square).

    55555 by Julie F.

  • Dane S.Hit up the bar stools if you're not with a crowd... very friendly... even with folks streaming in.

    55555 by Dane S.

  • Memo L.The banana dulce de leche cake its so good

    55555 by Memo L.

  • Mandy C.One of my favorite brunch spots in Chicago. Menu varies by whatever local food is in season. It can get crowded & tends to be a slight wait but it's completely worth it!

    55555 by Mandy C.

  • Bethany K.The fried feta is AMAZING.

    55555 by Bethany K.

  • Delane H.Ham and Raclette Panino is delicious. Pairs well with the slaw. Get there early for brunch or expect to wait.

    55555 by Delane H.

  • Crystal B.The bread pudding French toasts r phenomenal & there's a new one every week!

    55555 by Crystal B.

  • Michael C.Nice bathrooms

    55555 by Michael C.

  • Steven W.For dinner get the beets with the Caesar salad and split it with one other person. Awesome pairing to start your meal.

    55555 by Steven W.

  • Gloria C.try the Ham and Raclette Panino for breakfast or lunch!! runny yolk plus ham and melted cheese

    55555 by Gloria C.

  • Bevin S.Two words: breakfast burrito. But two more: homemade jam. Worth getting toast just for the jam.

    55555 by Bevin S.

  • Keith J.Believe the hype! What a great place. Service is wonderful, as well. Must go!

    55555 by Keith J.

  • Abby M.Come for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and you will never be disappointed. Hip atmosphere, excellent cocktails, extensive beer selection. The best reason to go to Logan Square!

    55555 by Abby M.

  • Konark U.summer cool off!

    55555 by Konark U.

  • Erica M.Brunch here is a must. Dinner is delish but much fancier and pricier -- not as many veg options either. I felt silly in my Sunday ragamuffin clothes (note the fancier bit.)

    55555 by Erica M.

  • Jace C.The Blood Mary is amazing!

    55555 by Jace C.

  • Ben M.Ham and Raclette Panino

    55555 by Ben M.

  • Shawn C.Everything is excellent. Go on a Monday night for the Farm Dinner. Great lunch spot too.

    55555 by Shawn C.

  • Aaron E.Try the Breakfast Royale - Fried ham, egg, escarole and onion rings. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Aaron E.

  • Aaron E.Try the Sweet Potato Pave (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Aaron E.

  • BlackboardEatsSummer doesn’t usually scream soup, but the chilled cucumber soup at Lula Café is a must. Topped with crème fraîche and pickled chanterelle mushrooms, this is the perfect relief from a hot day.

    55555 by BlackboardEats

  • Lina G.This Place Has A Genius In The Kitchen!

    55555 by Lina G.

  • MichaelBest breakfast in the city!

    55555 by Michael

  • Derek W.Granola and bacon are excellent.

    55555 by Derek W.

  • GQ MagazineIt's the epitome of a neighborhood restaurant. Go there for brunch sometime.

    55555 by GQ Magazine

  • mabel b.Loved the yiayia here!

    55555 by mabel b.

  • Mark L.the tineka is one of the best vegetarian swhiches I've ever had. The Half Acre Over Ale was awesome as well

    55555 by Mark L.

  • Julie H.Start off with the beet bruschetta. Love this place to bits!!

    55555 by Julie H.

  • Tasting TableTry the dishes we devoured on a recent evening here-- nettle farfalle with halibut collar and frisee, and a slice of silky buttermilk pie for dessert:

    55555 by Tasting Table

  • Chicago Tribune"The strada is a gooey, eggy, savory bread pudding made with pain de mie, custard, cheese and then whatever it is we have on hand," says chef and owner Jason Hammel. Try it for brunch!

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Tasting TableGet the six-course vegetarian tasting menu, which plucks four courses from the specials, plus cheese and dessert. It's one of the city's best deals:

    55555 by Tasting Table

  • Gabriel M.Go on Monday and get the Farm Dinner.

    55555 by Gabriel M.

  • Time Out ChicagoEvery dish (sliced flat iron steak with kimchi; pork loin paired with candied peanuts) is at home in the renovated space, which transformed the cramped bar into an expansive, light-filled room.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Time Out ChicagoEvery dish (sliced flat iron steak with kimchi; pork loin paired with candied peanuts) is at home in the renovated space, which transformed the cramped bar into an expansive, light-filled room. -ASK

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Tyler L.Best Gimlet with Heatherbee Gin. Ever.

    55555 by Tyler L.

  • Tony B.Great service. Try their original mixed drinks...yum!

    55555 by Tony B.

  • Chicago magazineThe no-reservations policy can rankle, but smartly made cocktails and well-chosen wines make a wait pass quickly. A list of specials, tweaked daily, offers all manner of tasty surprises.

    55555 by Chicago magazine

  • Courtney C.Turkey Sandwich!!! The avocado is so good! It makes the sandwich awesome!!

    55555 by Courtney C.

  • Leslie O.This place is out of business

    33333 by Leslie O.

  • Akanksha D.Carrot griddle pancakes are to die for!! Bloody marys are great. I think this is my new fav brunch spot!!

    55555 by Akanksha D.

  • Mike E.Amazing. Awesome. Good times. Gets you drunk! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Mike E.

  • Time Out ChicagoFor more than a decade, “consciously sourced” and “sustainable” have been traits that one could describe as “so Lula.” The gorgeously plated dishes are greater than the sum of their very great parts.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Time Out ChicagoChef Hammel’s four-year-old daughter got some face time with Rahmbo. “She leaned over and literally rested on him. I was like, ‘Um, that’s the mayor, you might want to give him a little space.’ ”

    22222 by Time Out Chicago

  • Misty D.Try the Honey Whole Wheat Griddle Cakes (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Misty D.

  • Chirag P.one of may fave restaurants in chicago. The tineka sandwich (raw veggies and asian spiced peanut butter) on sourdough was excellent

    55555 by Chirag P.

  • Akili L.Try the Veggie And Tofu Scramble - Very easy to make avg tofu dishes, this was great though. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Akili L.

  • SummerBest hang over cure! Try a Bloody!

    55555 by Summer

  • Peter M.On Monday nights Lula Cafe puts out a farm dinner for frugal foodies on the prowl.

    55555 by Peter M.

  • Chicago magazineMust-try cocktail: 11 a.m. Sunday 54 E. 1st St. The most beautiful Bloody happens to be the most delicious—smoked oysters, caper brine, and all.

    55555 by Chicago magazine

  • Ashley A.Beet bruschetta is a must!

    55555 by Ashley A.

  • Time Out Chicago KidsThis local favorite has one of the city’s best seasonally driven menus, so expect weekly changes. During brunch, look for the ricotta griddle cakes with rhubarb jam, sweet rhubarb and strawberry fool.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago Kids

  • William B.My favorite breakfast place in chicago. Get there early to avoid the line.

    55555 by William B.

  • Louis B.They made oatmeal un-boring! Try the three sisters oatmeal!

    55555 by Louis B.

  • Moises P.If you arrive at opening without all of your party, they won't seat you...stupid

    33333 by Moises P.

  • VeezworldWonderful brunch menu without a long wait. Attentive service. Check it out!

    55555 by Veezworld

  • Chicago ReaderThe chickpea tagine

    55555 by Chicago Reader

  • CBS LocalFor a delicious (if heart attack-inducing) brunch, try the vanilla cream cheese stuffed brioche French toast. - CBS Chicago

    55555 by CBS Local

  • Holly H.Love. Try anything. Smoked oyster bloody - ridiculous.

    55555 by Holly H.

  • Pieter D.Yes, it is THAT good.

    55555 by Pieter D.

  • erinAmazing bloody marys.. Get one now!!

    55555 by erin

  • Scot S.The quail stuffed with goat sausage is sublime.

    55555 by Scot S.

  • Lisa W.I always intend to try something new, but I end up getting Pasta Yia Yia, and I never regret it.

    55555 by Lisa W.

  • Dani M.I highly recommend the breakfast burrito.

    55555 by Dani M.

  • The FeastLong before the Logan Square gentrification wave, Lula has been creating buzz-worthy seasonal New American dishes. The neighborhood may have changed, but the restaurant is doing better than ever.

    55555 by The Feast

  • Laura Z.The goat was amazing! The creme caramel dessert was also good.

    55555 by Laura Z.

  • Kelly K.Try one of the Michigan wines. Guarantee you won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Kelly K.

  • ManbqueFrench Toast is the best ever.

    55555 by Manbque

  • Aimee G.Cherry manhattan? Yes please! I eat the beet bruschetta weekly.

    55555 by Aimee G.

  • Tim Meat the beet bruscheta. it will knock your socks off

    55555 by Tim M

  • Yelena EThe only real panna cotta in town!

    55555 by Yelena E

  • Todd G.My favourite place for brunch in the city, bar none.

    55555 by Todd G.

  • Edmond SFuckin awesome....if you haven't eaten this food you haven't lived

    55555 by Edmond S

  • MazdaSuper popular brunch spot for good reason! The fresh, local, and wholesome dishes make it worth the likely long wait.

    55555 by Mazda

  • Time Out ChicagoA 3-course prix-fixe meal for less than $28. Past dinners have included locally sourced Rasmussen farm meats, Prairie Fruits Farm chèvre-larded salads or sustainably grown Mick Klug desserts.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Henry S.Lula is my favorite restaurant in the city.

    55555 by Henry S.

  • Henry S.They've re-opened after the flood.

    33333 by Henry S.

  • Jorge MClosed 07/26 due to flood damage :(

    33333 by Jorge M

  • tita Cvery delicius

    55555 by tita C

  • Jami Jso delicious

    55555 by Jami J

  • Sean C.The Belle Casel prosecco is delicious

    55555 by Sean C.

  • Shannon HThe Rice Cakes are amazing!

    55555 by Shannon H

  • Manny AThe hash is amazing.

    55555 by Manny A

  • Jason TGreat brunch, great prices, great atmosphere, well worth the wait! Plenty of options for vegetarians and carnivores.

    55555 by Jason T

  • CuteChicagoBoys !.Bartender Brenton can be spotted on CuteChicagoBoys.com!

    55555 by CuteChicagoBoys !.

  • Arleta P.The strata. 'Nuff said.

    33333 by Arleta P.

  • BravoLocal, organic, good food. Funky and arty. Wonderful Logan square restaurant. -Rick Bayless, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo

  • Liza G.Get the tineka sandwich. Spicy and great!

    55555 by Liza G.

  • David K.For breakfast, get the "Hash"

    55555 by David K.

  • gattling f.Start with the sardine. Then get the spare rib.

    33333 by gattling f.

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