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Lula Cafe
Today 12:00 – 2:00 am, 9:00 am – 2:00 am
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2537 N Kedzie Ave Chicago, IL 60647
2537 N Kedzie AveUSILChicago60647
$$Cafe, RestaurantToday 12:00 – 2:00 am, 9:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 9:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 – 2:00 am, 9:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 9:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 9:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 9:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 9:00 am – 2:00 am
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Inventive, market-driven food in a casual, funky space that hosts an especially popular brunch.- Google
People talk about breakfast burrito, brioche french toast, stuffed french toast, jason hammel and artisan cheese plate
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Ela Ana
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lula's is my favorite place to eat out in Chicago by far! I've been going here since they first opened long ago and heard that they serve hormone free, grass fed meat and local, in-season foods before it became the 'in' thing to do. They do take reservations and if you are running late they are always accommodating. I love the interiors and their ever changing menu with creative combinations for dishes. You won't be disappointed with anything on the menu, ever! Last time I was there I had a great craft beer with the braised veal cheeks over a bed of vegetables. Yum!
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Dana Bassett
reviewed 4 months ago
Oh, Lula! If only I could afford to eat here every day and if only the line for brunch wasn't so insanely long. Lula is a restaurant for any occasion: brunch before or after farmers market, dinner with parents when in town, great for treating yourself to a nice cocktail afterwork, and good place to double date without worrying about imposing your dietary choices on others. Food is always impeccable. I would mention favorite dishes, but they change all the time so who cares. Farmer's dinner on Monday is a must and the Jean Seymour is my fav cocktail of all time. Unlike any other business that shows art, the "exhibitions" at Lula are always awesome, if not at least they're tasteful. Cute and attentive people work there and I just can't say enough so I'll stop now. Def recommended.
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Kathryn Palczewski
reviewed 3 weeks ago
One of my favorite places in Logan Square! Lula Cafe is fresh, delicious, and has a very friendly, young, and up beat atmosphere. The menu is always changing, and so it's hard to get enough.
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Jess Mean
reviewed 3 months ago
It doesn't look like much from the outside but this place is not to be missed. The ambiance is a wonderful mix of cozy, homey Logan Square-chic complete with dystopian art. I'd recommend my order (sweet potato latke with crispy shallots and soft boiled egg) but since the menu is seasonal and market-driven it probably won't be offered when you read this. My advice: endure the wait, order off the daily specials menu and savor one of the best restaurants Chicago has to offer.
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Tanya T
reviewed 8 months ago
We went for brunch with friends on a Sunday. The hostess was rude, and the wait time is pretty ridiculous. We arrived at 10:30 and put our names on the list. I'm not sure what time we were seated, but we ordered pretty quickly and didn't get food until 12:05. Food usually tastes better when you're starving, but it was still only OK. It was fine, but not particularly flavorful, and absolutely not worth the wait (let alone the drive through Chicago traffic). I will say that our waiter was great -- attentive and great about food allergies.
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Dylan C
reviewed 4 months ago
The wait time here is ridiculous. The first time I came here we waited 30 minutes to be seated and another 30 to even get drinks. The bloody mary I ordered was one of the worst I'd ever had. Their food is decent but nothing memorable. I had the tofu scramble and three sisters garden oatmeal. Honestly I don't understand the hype.