Most weekends you’ll find a crowd spilling onto this breakfast spot’s sidewalk, as servers carry plates toppling from the weight of sweet-milk biscuits and bone-in ham. Those who stick it out will be rewarded with staples like housemade muffins, vegetable hash with copious amounts of sautéed onions and peppers, and pancakes with sweet pockets of banana. Don’t miss the Southern-inspired dishes like the fried catfish, grits and compact, crispy salmon cakes, all of which are served on weekends only.
Sweet Maple Café
|Venue name:||Sweet Maple Café||Contact:|
1339 W Taylor St
|Cross street:||between Ada and Loomis Sts|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast (daily), brunch (Sat, Sun), lunch (Mon–Fri)|
|Transport:||El stop:Pink to Polk. Bus:9,12,60,157.|
|Price:||Average main course: $9|