Locals worship Lula Café, a neighborhood favorite that's a quick walk from the Logan Square El stop. A bohemian storefront splits a spacious café with counter seating and an intimate dining room with closely set wooden tables and chairs. The food is stellar: expect modern dishes like roasted duck breast with sunchokes and white truffles, or rye cavatelli with pumpkin, pancetta, dates, and black walnuts. Menus are seasonal, change frequently, and champion farm sources; in fact the restaurant holds prix-fixe farm dinners every Monday. Lula is open for breakfast and lunch, and diners come from far and wide for brunch, when hour-long waits are common.