Three places to brunch in Chicago

When I think Mother’s Day, I think brunch. Here are three spots perfect for brunch on Mother’s Day or any other weekend.



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1) Urban, friendly and delicious, Old Oak Tap is perfect for families during the weekend brunches. Don’t miss the warm and savory deep-fried apple fritters. Parents will love the $3 mimosa special.

2109 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago

(773) 772-0406

2) On the ground floor of the W Hotel, looking out onto Lake Michigan, families can find breakfast standards and eggless options on WAVE‘s “Nourish” menu. The chef turns standards upside down, as with her re-imagined Pop Tart, a delicious treat. Be sure to sample one of the freshly pressed juices.

644 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago

(312) 255-4460

3) With two Chicago locations, Wishbone offers hearty southern-style brunch options for kids and adults. From “Flying Eggs” to sweet or savory cakes, everyone can find a palate-pleasing option.

1001 W. Washington Blvd. (312) 850-2663

3300 N. Lincoln Ave. (773) 549-2663

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