Lou Mitchell?s Restaurant & Bakery has been, and remains a Chicago institution since 1923. Their quality baking is a remnant of their near century of ... More
Lou Mitchell's Restaurant & Bakery
Lou Mitchell?s Restaurant & Bakery has been, and remains a Chicago institution since 1923. Their quality baking is a remnant of their near century of perfected recipes. Their award winning breakfasts include country fresh eggs, fluffy jumbo omelets, pancakes, waffles, and homemade pastries and breads. They?re so excited to share their cooking with you that breakfast is available all day.They also offer daily lunch specials, salads, and deluxe sandwiches. Their smooth, delicious coffee is one of a kind and makes any meal so much better. If you can?t stay and eat with them, it?s all right because their carry out and free delivery within specified areas allows you to enjoy their homemade food on your schedule. Catering is also available.Quality ingredients, fresh made meals and desserts, and unsurpassed customer service culminate to make Lou Mitchell?s a Chicago icon worthy of multiple visits.Call them or stop in today to experience a culinary treasure trove.
I love Lou Mitchell's. But, today, I had breakfast there, bit into the prune they served as an appetizer, and cracked a molar. My $8 meal will probably cost about $750. Fortunately, I've never had dental work before or the damage would have been worse. Oh, and the donut holes are wonderful ... and pit free!
If I lived close to this place I'd be way overweight! I hate lines, I hate crowds but to eat here I endure both. The wait staff is great, the food is almost like eating out on the farm at Grandma's. Hash browns and bacon done to perfection and the eggs exactly as ordered every time I've eaten there and never a cold item. It comes with a bonus too, nostalgia, it’s like a piece of history you become part of. The only draw back is they are a bit overpriced I think, but not outrageous. You can't go wrong here. One day I want to try lunch there, I've heard it's also over the top also.
My wife and I started going there in 1975 before we were married. Lou had an interest in a resort hotel and wanted to put us up there for our wedding.
The food is great at the resstaurant and the wait was worth it just to talk with Lou.
My daughter has recently moved back to Chicago and we have encourgaged her to keep up the tradition.
Sent from Clear Lake Iowa