Lula Café

Row 1

2537 N Kedzie Blvd (btwn Linden & Logan Sq.)
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 489-9554
Café, Breakfast, American
$ $
Mon, Wed–Thu, Sun: 9:00 AM–1:00 AM Fri–Sat: 9:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Stop by on Mondays for the three-course $28 farm menu.
  • Every 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.
  • Local, organic, good food. Funky and arty. Wonderful Logan square restaurant. -Rick Bayless, Top Chef
  • Super popular brunch spot for good reason! The fresh, local, and wholesome dishes make it worth the likely long wait.
  • Get 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.
  • For 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.
  • Were just going to pretend were training for the marathon or a 5k and chow down on the buckwheat pappardelle with lamb bolognese, bianco sardo, and a sunny farm egg.
  • De la granja a la mesa.
  • Diners pack the house for breakfast and brunch classics like buttermilk pancakes, brioche French toast, breakfast burrito, chilaquiles and more.
  • The fried feta is AMAZING.
  • Ham and Raclette Panino is delicious. Pairs well with the slaw. Get there early for brunch or expect to wait.
  • Two words: breakfast burrito. But two more: homemade jam. Worth getting toast just for the jam.
  • I always intend to try something new, but I end up getting Pasta Yia Yia, and I never regret it.
  • A 3-course prix-fixe meal for less than $28. Past dinners have included locally sourced Rasmussen farm meats, Prairie Fruits Farm chvre-larded salads or sustainably grown Mick Klug desserts.
  • Lula is my favorite restaurant in the city.
  • This cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner effortlessly and without pretension. Best of the best include brioche French toast and roast leg of lamb with sherry-braised black figs.
  • Best dinner in a few years! Black risotto was the star but dish after dish delivered delightful flavors without ever approaching "too rich."
  • Serving all three meals, the caf reaches its culinary climax with dinner entres, but if you want to hunker down for the day, start with the breakfast brioche French toast, and keep on eating.
  • Amazing amazing amazing. Good for both dinner and brunch. Loved the special duck breast for dinner, banana griddle pancake, and Royale sandwich for brunch.
  • Love this place! Great food, friendly environment.

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