Red June Cafe

Coffee Shop
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2020 N Leavitt St (at W McLean Ave)
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 227-2600
Monday
6:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
6:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday
6:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
6:00am - 4:00pm
Friday
6:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
7:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday
7:00am - 5:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Pros: Quiet & low-key, can get a ton done and really good breakfast sandwiches Cons: Baristas are really uninterested and seem annoyed, specialty drinks are not good at all
  • Croissant egg sandwiches are delicious.
  • The breakfast sandwiches are where it's at! The breakfast burrito is good too.
  • An ice-cold beverage to savor in the dwindling summer days is Red June's Italian soda, which, at $2.50 a glass, provides a refreshing and somewhat atypical warm weather respite.
  • The walk up window had treats for your dog.
  • Stop by for a coffee at the walk up window. Bring your dog, they have treats!
  • Great drinks! Try the vanilla latte with skim milk. Mmmm...
  • Love this golden little gem tucked away in a quieter part of Bucktown. Good smoothies, great coffee, and a nice breakfast menu to go along with the friendly vibes.
  • Their iced coffee is delicious! I love that I can pick one up at the window when I'm walking the dog.
  • Absolutely one of the most delicious Iced Lattes I have had. No sugar needed :) This place is a bit under the radar which adds to its charm.
  • Mini bagels are awesome.
  • The breakfast burrito is a lifegiver, and includes chips, salsa, sour cream, and a cup of fresh fruit.
  • Free refill. Try the breakfast burrito
  • Almond Joy Iced Latte!!!! :-0
  • The menu here seems to be a vague inclination of what you actually get. My breakfast burrito claimed to have cheddar when it actually had blue cheese. Which was great, cos I like blue cheese, but odd.
  • One of the few places you can get an almond latte.
  • They have almond syrup! So rare.
  • The apple, Gouda, and spinach croissant is listed as a lunch sandwich, but you can get it for breakfast, which is served with fresh fruit and not chips.
  • Their breakfast sandwiches are amazing!
  • How does this place make any money? Just wondering because it seems like a vanity shop. It's so small and every time I've tried to come in, the only 6 seats (maybe 4) are taken by Moms and kids.

Nearby places

1949 N Hoyne Ave (at W Armitage Ave)
2200 N Oakley Ave (btw Lyndale St & Shakespeare Ave)
2035 N Western Ave (at W McLean Ave)