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Brunch Spots

Three Great Ways to Kill a Sunday Morning

Brunch Spots

Photo: ETHAN JOLLIE

For Scenesters

Beatnik

Which came first, the crowds or the Instagram posts? No matter. Either way, you’ll find yourself clamoring along with everyone else for shakshuka with duck eggs, Bloody Mary in hand. 1604 W. Chicago Ave., East Ukrainian Village, beatnikchicago.com
 

Photo: BRIAN EAVES

For Kids

Café Marie-Jeanne

Two reasons: First, the petite-portioned kids’ menu, which offers silver dollar pancakes and scrambled eggs that are simple enough to please picky little ones but delicious enough that you’ll actually enjoy eating their leftovers. Second, the convenient location next to Peach Fuzz, one of the city’s cutest toy stores — the perfect reward for good brunch behavior. 1000 N. California Ave., Humboldt Park, cafe-marie-jeanne.com
 

Photo: COURTESY OF VIRTUE

For Foodies

Virtue

After several years serving lauded small plates at MK, chef Erick Williams is slinging his Southern-inflected dishes (like brioche with ham and pig’s ears) in a more accessible setting. It feels like a steal. 1462 E. 53rd St., Hyde Park, virtuerestaurant.com

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