“The Insider's Guide” Of Where To Go And What To Do In Chicago
Lula Cafe is a forerunner of Chicago’s ‘farm to table’ movement. With self taught chefs and a willingness to cook against categorization, the menu at Lula has grown into a kind of humble maturity, risky but grounded, a boheme bistro of the unclassifiable kind. Visitors should come for all occasions, to read a book at the bar with a glass of wine to celebrate birthdays and first dates, to taste through the seasons, to brunch with friends after a night out. The outdoor patio is a wonderful getaway to sit back and relax on a sunny day to enjoy Lula’s garlic and almond soup or the famous cheese plate with jam and house-made crackers.