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This Bacon and Egg Fried Rice Recipe Is a New Twist On an Old Favorite

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This Bacon and Egg Fried Rice Recipe Is a New Twist On an Old Favorite
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Extra Crispy

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http://www.extracrispy.com/food/2453/this-bacon-and-egg-fried-rice-recipe-is-a-new-twist-on-an-old-favorite
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Maxine Builder

Fried rice might not scream "brunch" to you, but to Stephen Gillanders, the executive chef of Chicago restaurant Intro, it was a natural fit for their new menu. As its name might indicate, Intro is used to introducing new concepts: the restaurant switches their menu every few months. At the end of February, Intro launched a modern Chinese dim sum brunch.

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The Best New Chicago Brunches to Try Right Now

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THE BEST NEW CHICAGO BRUNCHES TO TRY RIGHT NOW
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Thrillist

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https://www.thrillist.com/eat/chicago/best-new-brunch-in-chicago
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Kailley Lindman

Like hot dog accoutrements and pizza crust thickness, Chicagoans take brunch seriously. And while we all have our weekend go-to's, exploring what's new on the brunch scene is often as exciting as going back to our faithful standbys. From dim sum and ping pong to fully loaded omelets in the West Loop, here are seven new brunches to try this weekend.

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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, March 2017

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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, March 2017
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Eater Chicago

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http://chicago.eater.com/maps/best-new-chicago-brunch-restaurants
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Jeffy Mai

Brunch, not quite breakfast or lunch, is often overlooked but we're here to give it all the attention it deserves. While the Essential Brunch Map highlights longtime favorites, the Eater Chicago Brunch Heatmap is a continually updated list showing the newest places that are doing great things with their brunch menus. Because after a long week, everyone should kick back and relax over an omelet and Bloody Mary. So don't ruin your weekend by making the wrong choice. Nobody likes soggy bacon.

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Trend Watch: Dim Sum Goes Beyond Chinatown

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Trend Watch: Dim Sum Goes Beyond Chinatown
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Zagat

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https://www.zagat.com/b/chicago/trend-watch-dim-sum-goes-beyond-chinatown
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Matt Kirouac

For the longest time, Chicago dim sum was confined to a few familial parlors in Chinatown. Aside from outliers like Shanghai Terrace, the rest of the city has been somewhat deprived of dumplings.

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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, February 2017

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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, February 2017
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Eater Chicago

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http://chicago.eater.com/maps/best-new-chicago-brunch-restaurants
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Jeffy Mai

Brunch, not quite breakfast or lunch, is often overlooked but we're here to give it all the attention it deserves.

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Quest for Chicago's best soup dumplings

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Quest for Chicago's best soup dumplings leads through dozens of steamer baskets
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Chicago Tribune

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/foodfocus/ct-best-soup-dumplings-food-0222-20170214-story.html
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Louisa Chu

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This Alaskan king crab dumpling is the giant soup dumpling that’s just hit this country -- though not stuck with a straw. Thin skin, seasoned with chile oil, it's very good. $13.95 for one piece. 2300 N. Lincoln Park West, 773-868-0002www.introchicago.com.

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Easter Sunday Brunch

Celebrate Easter Sunday with a truly unique brunch at Intro, including dishes such as: Duck Confit with Potato Hash & Poached Egg, Coconut Pancakes and Chinese Donuts with Cinnamon and Espresso Milk.  Dim Sum specialties will be served a la carte, or enjoy a family-style meal at $22.95 per person plus tax (gratuity not included).

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Dim Sum Cooking Class Series

Learn to prepare Dim Sum specialties to recreate in your own home!  The first cooking class of a monthly series will be hosted at Intro on Saturday, March 25th from 1pm to 3pm.  The class will be hosted in the Intro kitchen and followed by a family-style lunch.  Select wine and beer will also be available.  Space is very limited; Call 773-868-0002 to make your reservation. $64.95 per person (not including tax and gratuity).

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Launching Dim Sum Brunch

Let us show you a new way to “Brunch”.  Intro’s Dim Sum brunch menu launched Sunday, February 26th and is available every Sunday from 10am to 2pm.  The menu can be ordered a la carte, or shared family-style at $22.95 per person (not including tax and gratuity).  Sample menu items include; Breakfast Bao with Smoked Salmon, "Everything Spice", Caper Szechuan AioliPapaya Salad with Tamarind Vinaigrette and Bacon and Egg Fried Rice.  Call 773-868-0002 to make your reservation.

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