Chicago: A Great Place to Grab Breakfast

John’s Place, Roscoe Village pic
John’s Place, Roscoe Village

Ryan Snell is a sales executive who excels in start-up environments with a track record of successfully defining new markets and penetrating those markets to introduce new products. Ryan Snell is a big fan of breakfast restaurants in his home city, Chicago.

The Publican in the west loop is a favorite for both locals and those visiting Chicago. The restaurant specializes in pork and shellfish and they incorporate that into their various breakfast dishes like an omelet wrapped around a smoked sablefish.

John’s Place in Roscoe Village is a popular destination for locals. They are known for their comfort foods with a focus on healthy eating.

Longman and Eagle in Logan Square is one of the city’s most popular restaurants, specializing in brunch and chicken and waffles. On weekends they have a donut shop.

Bite Café in Ukranian Village serves up breakfast with a twist. Dishes like their breakfast poutine and breakfast tacos are to be enjoyed while also listening to loud music as they are located right next door to the Empty Bottle, a popular music venue in Chicago that hosts a lot of punk acts.