Broadway Cellars

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Broadway Cellars
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Broadway Cellars

Neighborhood restaurants—meaning, the ones whose patrons almost all live within a few blocks of the place—can and should be held to different standards than those restaurants-of-the-moment that draw people from all over the city. Broadway Cellars is a neighborhood restaurant so we'll judge it on neighborhood-restaurant criteria: The service is exceedingly friendly and especially accommodating to small children; the space is warm and welcoming; and the food is good enough to make you a regular (don't miss the short-rib mac and cheese and the Bill Clinton burger). This place hits all the marks, then goes for the bonus round, with ample outdoor seating and a solid weekend brunch.

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Venue name: Broadway Cellars
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Address: 5900 N Broadway
Chicago
60660
Cross street: at Rosedale Ave
Opening hours: Brunch (Sat, Sun), dinner
Transport: El: Red to Thorndale. Bus: 36, 84.
Price: Average main course: $16
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Great food! Affordable prices. Love that they have events and musicians periodically.

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Summer is the time for outdoor patios, and this place has one of the most adorable outdoor patios ever. Whenever I need a good long bike ride and a desire to be near the lake, I head towards Edgewater to this local favorite. I've only ever been there for brunch, but the brunch is awesome. You can get $10 all you can drink mimosas or bloody marys, which I promise you are very very often refilled, sometimes without my even noticing and I wonder why I'm buzzed when I get up. The banana caramel french toast was my most recent treat, and it was nothing short of a perfect sweet ending to our 2 hours hangout brunch. Frank Sinatra played somewhere in the distance, a farmer's market was a stone's throw away. I ordered what i always order, a smoked salmon potato pancake benedict - a Jewish girl's dream of a breakfast. The staff were ridiculously friendly,and you just get the whole family restaurant neighborhood feel. Definitely recommend for a tucked away amazing brunch spot, it's worth the venturing out if you don't live in the neighborhood, because you can go to the beach right after! :)