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EATER: Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, March 2021

Brunch, not quite breakfast nor lunch, is one of the best parts of the weekend — even during a pandemic. The Eater Chicago Brunch Heatmap is here to help by highlighting the newest options for a delicious midday meal.

The latest additions to the map below include Korean-style bar Miki’s Park, West Town newcomer Three House, and Italian cucina Testaccio. They join a growing number of places that are focused on creating exciting brunch menus. So start the day off right with eggs (and much more) at these 16 destinations.

Regional Italian eatery Testaccio has reopened with revamped menus. Inspired by the Roman neighborhood from where the restaurant gets its name, executive chef Jacob Soloman uses a wood-burning oven to crank out dishes like shakshouka and a breakfast pizza topped with ricotta, sunny side eggs, preserved tomatoes, and black trumpet mushrooms. Tartines are also featured and guests can add a bottle of Prosecco and juices to their Sunday Funday festivities for $30. Carryout orders can be placed here; delivery is available through third party services.


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