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3267 S Halsted St (W 33rd St)
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 929-2486
Café, Art Gallery, Breakfast
$ $
Mon–Tue: 9:00 AM–2:30 PM Wed–Fri: 9:00 AM–9:30 PM Sat: 8:30 AM–9:30 PM Sun: 8:30 AM–8:30 PM


Foursquare Tips

  • The raspberry stuff french toast is Delicious a must have.
  • 3rd time here, so unimpressed,i'm done. Expensive, small portions, gumbo is cold, service sucks. Can i be offered sugar for my tea and my fiances coffee? i'd rather do the diner up the street.
  • Amazing food, really really good. And FYI its an organic food restaurant so you'll be paying slightly higher prices, but the ingredients are very high quality.
  • Thought you'd want to know: Guy Meikle has been nominated for Breakout Chef of the Year in Time Out Chicagos 2011 Eat Out Awards. Vote now!
  • Great Bloody Mary's!
  • Be adventurous and try something different each time you come. What a party for your mouth!!
  • It achieved a trait shared by the best chickens in the world: juicy, tender, craveable white meat. Sides include deviled eggs, mac and cheese, biscuits, sprouts and jalapeo-laced coleslaw.
  • Try the "Nanadict" Breakfast. Featured on the Food Network by Guy Fieri! It's fantastic!
  • Check out Nana as seen on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives
  • Always try whatever the special is- you will never be disappointed.
  • Incredible Mac and cheese. The cubano rules. The chilaquiles are amazing. A must visit.
  • Avocado fries are excellent. Absolutely must try the beef brisket special.
  • Shrimp & oyster po' boy is awesome, but plan on using a knife and fork with this one.
  • One of the healthiest options before a game. Featuring a menu of locally sourced produce, this is the perfect alternative to the standard ballpark fare.
  • Get the biscuits and gravy. And the nanadict. And the beignets.
  • Grilled Laughing Bird Shrimp and Fried Po Boy
  • Decent place. 20-min wait for Sunday brunch (understandable) but 4 tables were open. Cocktails came literally at the end of the meal. Waiter made up for it w/apologies & promise for better next time.
  • You will make" Nana" in the toilet after eating here and drinking their $7 orange juice
  • The poblano & cheddar grits are The Bomb!
  • Deep-fried tortillas make poufy, crunchy pillows for any-style eggs, refried pinto beans and sauce with a kick (on my visit, smoky chipotle ranchero). Add pulled pork, chorizo or soyrizo for $2.