Like most fruits, eggs are delicious to encourage animals to eat them, thus spreading tiny chicken seeds to the most fertile regions of earth. Do your part to encourage the egg with today's deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of breakfast and lunch fare at Bakin' & Eggs in Lakeview. You can use today's Groupon for the daily specials Monday through Friday, which is an extra incentive to skip the long waits that develop for weekend brunch.
Bakin' & Eggs specializes in serving up delicious breakfasts, lunches, and pastries in a homey, casual environment. Saunter in for breakfast or lunch Monday through Friday, and brunch on the weekends, or simply don an urchin cap and press your face against their glass display counter of grumble-inducing baked goods. Mornings can be made savory with a breakfast croissant sandwich ($8) layered with ham, any-style eggs, and gruyere, or healthy with whole-wheat granola pancakes ($9). Or try the cinnamon raisin sandwich, with chicken apple sausage, eggs, aged cheddar, and maple syrup. Weekend brunch features similar breakfast fare, as well as extra savories; southern epicureans in panama hats and white linen might cherish the rosemary-parmesan biscuits and sausage gravy ($8 for a full order, $4 for a half order), served with bacon.
Few things pair as well as a healthy, hearty breakfast and a delicious batch of fresh-baked desserts. Grab several mason jars and load up on the freshest baked treats available, or skip the sweets altogether for a savory lunch. Warm up with a hot meatloaf sandwich ($9), or swing to the other end of the meat spectrum with a bowl of the vegetarian soup du jour ($6), served with bread. Bakin' & Eggs' fresh menu brings together soups, sandwiches, and breakfast items in a culinary harmony unseen since the California Raisins dominated the airwaves.
Bakin’ & Eggs
Created by the morning-focused owners of the bakery known as Lovely, Bakin’ & Eggs gives breakfast dishes their time in the limelight by serving traditional eats, such as frittatas and pancakes, with less than typical ingredients, such as roasted asparagus and jalapeño sour cream. Fluffy eggs draped in gourmet cheese and bundled inside flaky croissants or multigrain bread create a host of breakfast-worthy sandwiches, and frittatas inspired by the flavors of Mexico, Italy, and Popeye's single-ingredient cookbook treat forks to layers of egg-laden goodness. But bacon is the star of the menu: it adds its salty decadence to burritos, rum-batter waffles, and biscuits and gravy, and it even flies solo in a five-flavor bacon flight so large that the Chicago Reader warns it requires "either a hearty appetite or plenty of reinforcements." As the hours march on, Bakin’ & Eggs also serves a number of lunch dishes, including grilled and fresh sandwiches and creative salads.
3120 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60657-3131Get Directions