Judging from the long lines on weekends, people seem willing to wait forever for the Scrapple (a crispy, slightly spicy polenta-like dish flanked by eggs and chorizo), Heavenly Hots (sour-cream pancakes with fruit compote) and decadent chicken 'N' waffles on this breakfast menu. Take note that while Ina's usually isn't open for dinner, she'll occasionally open the doors to the evening masses who throng inside to partake of special menus like lobster dinners and Jewish high holiday fare.
|Venue name:||Ina’s [Closed]||Contact:|
1235 W Randolph St
|Cross street:||between Racine Ave and Elizabeth St|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch (Mon–Sat)|
|Transport:||El stop: Green, Pink to Ashland. Bus: 9, 20.|
|Price:||Average main course: $9|