The Low Down
The Extras: A bakery counter with pastries, local joe from Metropolis Coffee Co. and ready-to-grab sandwiches and soups was added as part of a recent expansion.
When to Go: On Sat-Sun only, the restaurant whips up its popular breakfast bread pudding, with vanilla and egg custard brioche topped with warm peaches and blueberries.
Where to Sit: Window seats are intimate and offer great views of Clark Street scene outside.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Vegetarian-friendly breakfast and lunch spot gives Andersonville early birds a stylish dining option.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Despite spacey names like "vegan epiphany" and "mango bliss cakes," the inviting fare is down-to-earth and, for the most part, delicious. Lunch offers tempting options, but brunch is the real reason to visit: Crème caramel sauce oozesâ¦
By steph k at Insider Pages
I adore this place! The food is great, and the service is too! It's got a nice ambeince and you always feel welcomed! I must say, the do a great jo... Read More
One of the best breakfest/brunch spots in town!
By MarkoLee at Citysearch
Great, creative dishes; vegetarian friendly; nice and stylish, yet not pretentious, atmosphere; healthy and fresh food; and good service. I love th... Read More
Unique Chicago brunch spot
By JenniferCathleen at Citysearch
M Henry is by far my favorite place to grab Saturday brunch with my husband or friends. We love it! It's also a great, unique place to take out-of-... Read More
Love Love Love! Best Brunch in the City!!!
By lilboyblu at Citysearch
I'm totally the type of person who finds a place and sticks with it religiously, so when someone suggested M Henry for brunch, it was hard departin... Read More
By hitachi_obsessed at Citysearch
I avoided this place for the longest time because it always has such a line and is soooo popular. But I sucked it up one sunny Saturday morning an... Read More