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The Little Beet Table | Review by Alana Robin

Today was quite the Saturday morning. After taking an Uber to a restaurant for breakfast and realizing it was closed to a private party, my boyfriend and I started wandering home in hopes of finding a good spot on the way.

Luckily, The Little Beet Table caught our eyes and the brunch was AMAZING! Best french toast of my life.

Reasons to Love The Little Beet Table

  • They are vegetable forward and gluten free, aka you don't have to feel the guilt of your weekend indulgence

  • The tables aren't too close together, aka you can actually enjoy your meal and hear your conversation

The Details

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Find the restaurant at...

  • Gramercy Area at 333 Park Ave, South

  • Chicago

What I Ordered

I ordered the Cured Salmon Benedict and my boyfriend ordered the Maple French Toast.

The Salmon Benedict was a miso cured salmon with poached eggs, hollandaise on a toasted english muffin and served with salad. It was absolutely delicious and did not have too much hollandaise. I find some places have so much hollandaise on a benedict that when you split the poached egg things can get quite soggy, but that was not the case here!

The maple french toast is the best french toast I have ever tried. I literally didn't even realize it was gluten free! The bread is soaked in a creme fraiche and then lightly fried and topped with berries and maple syrup. Truly decadent and sweet, this is the perfect item to order to either split or have for the whole table to share. I honestly could not recommend it more, but wand to warn you because it might be a bit too sweet to eat the whole plate.

The Atmosphere

I loved the atmosphere in here. It has the fun, farm to table vibes while not being too cramped like most other city brunch spots. I felt like I could actually enjoy my meal and conversation in an airy atmosphere filled with cool graffiti decor.

Who I'd Recommend Going With

This is a great spot to go with friends you need to catch up with or a significant other. There are lots of two-tops for a one-on-one mean and larger tables for groups. It is not a scene for a rowdy/boozy brunch, but more of a comfortable friend scene. Great for a calmer weekend time!



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