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Top 5 Places To Get Breakfast For Dinner in Chicago

Top 5 Places To Get Breakfast For Dinner in Chicago

‘Cause the only thing better than eatin’ brekkie is eatin’ it at night.

Here are UrbanMatter’s top five spots for getting breakfast for dinner in Chicago.

 

5. Steak ‘N Egger

Breakfast for Dinner

Photo Credit: Belle on Yelp

1174 W Cermak Rd, Pilsen

Hours: Open 24/7

This south side classic (and rumored Obama-family favorite) is open 24/7, making it the perfect late night spot for a plate full of bacon and eggs. Serving up diner classics like hashbrowns, corned beef, biscuits & gravy, and the namesake steak & eggs, you pretty much can’t go wrong. Oh, and don’t even get us started on the pancakes.

 

4. Eleven City Diner

1112 S Wabash Ave, South Loop 

Hours: Mon – Thur: 8:00 am – 9:30 pm, Fri: 8:30 am – 10:00 pm, Sat: 8:30 am – 10:00 pm, Sun: 8:30 am – 9:00 pm

Yup, that’s right – one of the best breakfasts in Chicago is served all day at this South Loop staple. With classics like a killer create-your-own-omelette spread to signatures like the fried matzo brie (don’t even ask), this is one breakfast for dinner you’re gonna be craving again and again. And probably, also, again.

 

3. Iguana Café

Breakfast for Dinner in Chicago

Photo Credit: Iguana Cafe Instagram

517 N Halsted St, West Loop 

Hours: Sun –Thu: 8:00am – 11:30pm, Fri – Sat: 8am –1am

Looks can be deceiving at the Iguana Café, located in Chicago’s West Loop. What appears to be a trendy, coffee shop in outward appearance, is, in fact, one of the city’s finest choices for late-night breakfast munchies. Founded in 1998, this Euro-centric spot hails to the Windy City from Sparta, Greece, bringing with it an all-day serving of stupid-yummy crepes. Open late both weekdays and weekends, this is gonna become your go-to in no time.

 

2. Little Goat Diner

Breakfast for Dinner Chicago

Photo Credit: Little Goat Diner IG

820 W Randolph St, West Loop

Hours: Sun – Thu: 7:00 am – 10:00 pm, Fri – Sat: 7:00am – 12:00 am

Oh, Stephanie Izard, you’ve gone and done it again.

Taking all the funky-fresh flavors of her ridiculously popular restaurant, Girl & the Goat, this Top Chef’s diner concept is anything but ordinary, but that’s what makes it perfect for breakfast AND dinner. Serving everything from bi bim bop breakfast bowls to what she’s calling Fat Elvis Waffles (see above pls) this west side rising star is serving up the goods till 10pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends.

Plus, they have a pretty sick bakery, too.

 

1. Nighthawk AM

Breakfast for Dinner Chicago

Photo Credit: Nighthawk Instagram

2273 N Lincoln Ave, Lincoln Park

Hours: Wed: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Thur: 8:00 am – 2:00 am, Fri – Sat: 8:00 am – 3:00 am, Sun 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Brought to you by the creative geniuses behind LA’s own Nighthawk (read: The J. Fall group) this year-old, sando-centric, grab-n-go counter in Lincoln Park is gonna change the way you do breakfast. Making kick-ass sandwiches like the Oozapalooza (sunny-side-up egg, double cheddar, and Nighthawk sauce on a fluffy cheddar & chive biscuit) this casual little spot is classic Americana, re-upped. Playing off of owner and general man-behind-the-curtain Jeremy Fall’s love of breakfast, this cookie-dough serving, cereal-milk making, pop-art restaurant is open way late, ensuring that you can get your fill of breakfast not only for dinner, but for your drunchies too.

Did I use too many adjectives in that description? Yeah, maybe. But that’s just how good it is.

 

 

Featured Image Credit: Nighthawk Instagram 

 

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