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  • Refuge Smoothie Cafe
    Refuge Smoothie Cafe started as a way to indulge without completely undoing healthy eating habits. The menu boasts colorful, tasty smoothies made with fruit and vegetables to satisfy sweet cravings while filling the body with healthy vitamins. House blends include smoothies packed with berries, vegetables such as kale and spinach, and herbs such as mint and basil. Guests can customize their own smoothie or slurp on coffee, tea, and fresh-squeezed juice. Refuge Smoothie Cafe also offers a selection of healthy wraps (roll-ups) and breakfast sandwiches.
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    422 E Lincoln Ave.
    Milwaukee, IL US
  • Iguana Cafe
    Stop by Iguana Cafe for a fresh twist on the simple sammie. The menu at Iguana Cafe does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. With Iguana Cafe's wide selection of refreshments available, you can tap into the drink menu early in the evening. Looking to host a party but don't have the space at home? You'll love the private room offered at Iguana Cafe — just right for large and merry gatherings. Enjoy wifi here free of cost. Reservations are not accepted at Iguana Cafe, so you may encounter a crowd during rush hours. Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Iguana Cafe is come-as-you-are. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Iguana Cafe's cooking from the comfort of their own home. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Iguana Cafe cater for you. Those driving to Iguana Cafe can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board nearby stops at Grand-Blue (Blue) and Chicago-Blue (Blue). You won't break the bank at Iguana Cafe, with a meal typically hovering below the $15 mark. Head on over to Iguana Cafe first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Iguana Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    517 N Halsted St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Starbucks
    A well-known restaurant in Chicago, Starbucks on West Lake Street is the perfect location for fantastic tea and good coffee. It's an ideal choice for those that want a pleasant waitstaff. Though the prices may be low, you can bank on the ingredients being fresh. If you want to browse the web or knock some work out, feel free to connect your device to the complimentary WiFi. A reliable favorite in Central Chicago, chances are you won't walk away from this Starbucks disappointed. Visitors to the restaurant have the ability to park nearby on the street. Should you prefer to pedal over there, bicycle parking's also offered.
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    600 West Lake Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Wâfel
    Waffles might be their only offering, but Wâfel is anything but a formal restaurant. Instead, it's a counter-service café, serving steamy beverages from its full coffee bar and selling virtually nothing that requires a knife and fork to eat. Instead, each of their waffles are "fold and go"; that is, sandwiched firmly around their ingredients so every selection only requires two hands to devour. The waffle artisans craft sweet and savory sandwiches from traditional Brussels waffles, which are leavened with yeast for a puffier, airier consistency than the standard American waffle. The recipe might be traditional, but what fills these sandwiches is anything but—selections run the gamut from scrambled eggs, bacon, and cheddar to fried chicken and maple syrup to The Elvis, a blend of bacon, peanut butter, banana, and honey. For a more dessert-like treat, try a Liège waffle. This style, also puffed up with yeast, is thicker and doughier than its Brussels brethren, and contains imported Belgian pearl sugar that caramelizes on the waffle iron to form a crispy exterior that contrasts with the soft interior, much like a sunbathing marshmallow Peep. These waffles are delicious on their own, or dipped in a rotating menu of sauces such as apple-cinnamon cream cheese, jam, and––of course––Belgian chocolate.
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    217 North Clinton Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Bin 36
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: BIN 36 facet_type_id: 7fbd6090-5f2c-1032-beff-2644e0108029 html_text: |- Described by Frommer's as a vino-centric hot spot where "you don't have to be a wine snob to enjoy yourself," BIN 36 is equal parts wine retail store, tavern, and restaurant. And in the spirit of making fine wine accessible to all, the wine list includes straightforward descriptions of dozens of varietals that are available by the half-glass, full-glass, bottle, or handful. There are also themed flights that group wines by type or region. Not surprisingly, the menu consists of dishes that pair beautifully with wine, from charcuterie and snacks such as spiced olives to shareable plates of house-smoked salmon and full entrees of grilled pork loin. Breakfast is served daily—with mimosas on the weekends, of course—which is a lovely time to visit the sunny, glassed-in dining areas.
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    161 N Jefferson Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Au Cheval
    Au Cheval: A User's Guide Elevated Diner Classics | 30+ International Beers | Housemade Bologna | Duck-Heart Gravy Sample Menu Appetizer: Crispy fries topped in mornay sauce, garlic aioli, and a fried farm-fresh egg Entree: Fried housemade-bologna sandwich, which made Eater’s list of "The Most Iconic Sandwiches in Chicago" Side: Housemade bread and butter pickles Dessert: Mille-feuille—traditional French pastry layered with cream Where to Sit: Slide a stool up to the polished zinc bar, where you can look in on the kitchen and watch chefs work their magic atop the griddle. When to Go: Dine before 3 p.m. on the weekends to sample the chefs’ unique takes on brunch fare, like housemade granola and specially made mimosas. The Vibe: Taking cues from classic diners and pedestrian brasseries, Au Cheval’s hip take on greasy spoons features exposed brick, antique-style light fixtures, oversized mirrors, and ceramic tiles shaped like bowties. Behind the Name: In French, the name “Au Cheval” translates to “on horseback,” at least within most contexts. But once you enter a kitchen, the phrase takes on a new meaning: a dish with a fried egg on top. Au Cheval’s chefs certainly live up to that definition, since they put fried eggs atop a large portion of their menu. Inside Tips Plan on waiting: Huffington Post food critic David Rosengarten notes that waits often stretch past two hours, but that didn’t stop him from writing that his “mind was simply blown by Au Cheval.” Order a beer with your eggs. Just because Au Cheval takes inspiration from the diners of days past doesn’t mean it sticks to the old-fashioned drink menu of coffee and coke. Explore the impressive beer list, which features more than 30 international brews on tap. Follow the restaurant on Twitter to stay abreast of any unexpected changes to the restaurant’s hours or menu. While You're in the Neighborhood Before: Tour the ever-changing gallery space at Elephant Room (704 S. Wabash Avenue), which showcases under-represented artists in the Chicago area. After: Grab drinks and play games of giant jenga at Clover (722 W. Grand Avenue). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Head to Dillman’s (354 W. Hubbard Street), another brasserie-style restaurant (with a focus on classic deli fare) helmed by Au Cheval’s owner, Brendan Sodikoff.
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    800 West Randolph Street
    Chicago, IL US

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