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Today's side deal is perfect for people who only eat between late morning and early afternoon on Sundays: $20 gets you $40 worth of Sunday brunch (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) at Duchamp, the hip French-inspired eatery in Bucktown. Brunch always draws a crowd, so reservations are recommended.
Sunday brunch is a Chicago ritual so beloved that it borders on really beloved. Arrive early to grab a space at one of the communal tables on the lovely Duchamp patio, or stay inside the minimalist, yet warm dining room, lush with dark wood and mood lighting. Savor seasonal dishes such as smoked Norwegian salmon with celery-root latkes and french toast with Nutella and lemon mascarpone. Nibble on mini braised duck-rillette tartines or sautéed brussel sprouts with applewood smoked bacon. Dishes range in price from about $6 for small plates to $15 for large plates. Peruse the brunch menu here.
- Thanks to its slick Dada minimalist-inspired interior and low lighting, Duchamp's tasteful aesthetic is bound to stir up conversation, if not recollections of the hottest Euro cafes. Classy and chic, this reasonably priced upscale bar and restaurant serves from a French and Italian influenced menu. – Centerstage Chicago
- The food here is fantastic. I mean, Duchamp makes the house salad taste amazing. The gnocchi was delicious and the dessert! We got the mini cupcakes and ice cream sandwiches. A very simple dessert but...YUM. – Jennifer H., Yelp
- Service was knowledgeable, friendly and attentive. The smoked salmon topped caper blinis were delish, as was the beet salad. The braised pork was flavorful and tender, and the Chilean sea bass bouillibaise [sic] was well-balanced and sweet. – misochic., Citysearch
2118 N Damen Ave
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