This spot is a hidden gem in the city! A spot that serves breakfast at night is always a great spot to find! This quaint spot is one that people can easily imagine going to when the snow is falling sipping a cup of coffee....More
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I had some of the best pancakes I've ever had! Coconut almond banana pancakes drizzled with caramel and a side of fresh whipped cream! Also had the daily skillet which consisted of eggs, potatoes, cheddar, broccoli, mushrooms and bacon. It was cooked to perfection! Friendly...More
You can scan my reviews and see that I pretty much eat French toast for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Therefore I've grown rather picky in what I now consider superb. I tentatively picked the caramel apple French toast at A Taste of Heaven because it...More
On another visit to Chicago to visit our daughter at college, she happened to find this place during one of her weekly brunch dates. She picked a winner! We love the quaintness yet quirky style of the place. Located in Andersonville, it was a quick...More
I got a mocha and my lady a cappuccino. My mocha was hot chocolate and she likened her capp to a gas station variety. I ordered a regular black coffee which was good. Place crowded but service prompt. Waiter was honest about freshness of muffins....More
taken here by one of my dearest cousins, it was an absolutely delightful brunch! A decent walk on a lovely, bright summer afternoon worked up the appetite to dig into three different popular favorite omlettes followed with an indulgence of a red Velvet cake. The...More
Another neighborhood favorite. They always have fabulous desserts - love going with a few people to share a couple.
I enjoy coming here to do some quiet work. The breakfast is great, home made everything. I've come here for a dessert cupcake after dinner or a coffee while shopping downtown Andersonville. Great little place!
Happened to be in the Andersonville neighborhood at lunchtime on a weekday, got hungry, and was attracted by the "breakfast all day!" sign. There aren't very many tables so I imagine breakfast here would be quite crowded. The three of us got the last table...More