The idea of nicely griddled pancakes with thick maple syrup, golden hash browns, and house-made buttermilk biscuits and jam should make your stomach grumble. Mine's certainly is. With the weekend upon us, it's time to make some plans to decide the most important meal of the day: brunch.
I've neatly wrapped up what I think are 7 Sensational Brunch Spots that never disappoint.
But if you're one of those people who wakes up too late for early-morn eating--and you need something more interactive--sign up for one of the exciting food tours that includes everything from pizza and chocolate to a chef-driven experience. It's also a chance to get some exercise in as many are walking tours in historically charged neighborhoods like Old Town.
Brunch or an interactive lunch? Which one suits you best? We'd like to hear your thoughts below.
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Photo of French toast courtesy of Allium at Four Seasons Chicago