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Wildberry Pancakes & Cafe

Restaurants, American Loop
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)

Time Out says

Straight from the ’burbs and into the corporate confines of Prudential Plaza comes this cheery pancake house, where Millennium Park tourists mingle with Edelman execs having breakfast meetings. Aside from the assiduously refilled coffee, these folks are starting their day with unseasoned and unnaturally large omelettes, giant breakfast sandwiches overwrought with cheese, and dense, custard-filled pancake stacks drizzled in berry puree. How do places like this manage to make pancakes that fill you up in only two bites? Ask the servers here—if our experience was any indication, they’ll answer with speed and a smile.



Address: 130 E Randolph St

Cross street: between Michigan and Stetson Ave
Transport: El stop: Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Randolph. Bus: 3, 4, 6, 20, 60.
Price: Average main course: $8
Opening hours: Breakfast, lunch
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5 out of 5 stars

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Here's the deal - you're going to wait. No matter what day, or what time, or how many people you come with, you're going to wait. BUT... as long as you plan ahead for the wait, it's a great experience. Put your name in, grab a juice or a coffee from their drink bar and take a walk in the park. Get a bean pic. Stroll around Maggie Daley park. Sit outside and catch up with friends. Then after an hour or two you'll be treated to AMAZING food (I highly recommend the Cinnamon Roll pancakes) for a really great price. Service is quick, the menu is extensive, and once you take a bite you'll be thinking of the next morning you've got a spare couple hours to come back and experience it again.