Cafes

Chicago Waffles is a breakfast and brunch restaurant conveniently located a quick, 3-minute drive away from McCormick Place in the South Loop. It provides an assortment of drool-worthy breakfast items for a great price–sure to satisfy both your empty stomach and wallet. Upon walking into Chicago Waffles you are hit

Off the beaten path, Ada Street Cafe is well worth the drive (or Uber/Lyft ride) to get there.  It’s basically in the middle of an industrial zone in far east Wicker Park, just east of the Kennedy Expressway, and easy to miss if you’re not specifically looking for it.   The

If you’re crazy about the popular, creamy chocolate hazelnut spread, the Nutella Cafe Chicago will be your heaven. Located on Michigan Avenue, right next to Millennium Park, this cafe is a must-visit for any Nutella lover. Immediately upon walking past the cafe doors, the decadent aroma swirling through the air

Goddess and the Baker is the perfect environment for getting work done, relaxing, and everything in between. The high ceilings give an air of life but the darker toned colors give a cozier feeling. Just in case you wandered in and don’t know what’s going on, there’s a big neon

Upon entering the historical building, you are welcomed by a strong-minded statue of a woman. A courtyard sits in the middle with comfortable seating for people that wish to dine there. A glass ceiling protects any loungers from the elements, though you can still feel the nature aspect with plant-life